Join the Delhi Historical Society on Saturday, May 20th when we hit the road to learn about New Richmond, Ohio! Located about twenty miles east of Cincinnati on the shore of the Ohio River, the town’s history was known as a center of commerce and for its abolition movement during the 19th century. Steamboat traffic brought in many visitors and exported many goods, making the town’s businesses very successful. There are also many notable local stories that came from this town. Whether it was starting a school in the 1830s that was open to all students regardless of race and sex or publishing a risky abolitionist newspaper, many citizens made history as abolitionist and freedom defenders. New Richmond has two nationally recognized Underground Railroad Network to Freedom sites. Join us to learn more about our Eastside neighbors!
8:30 am Check in at the Delhi Historical Society Farmhouse Museum
9:00 am Bus departs Delhi Historical Society Farmhouse Museum
10:00 am arrive Cranston Memorial Presbyterian Church
Introduction to New Richmond & Brief Church History
10:20 am Begin Walking Tour
10:30 am arrive Ross-Gowdy House Museum & tour exhibits
11:00 am depart RGH & walk riverfront to Cardboard Boat Museum arrive 11:20 am
11:30 am bus departs from Cardboard Boat Museum for U.S. Grant Birthplace
11:45 am arrive Grant Birthplace
12:45 pm depart Grant Birthplace
1:00 pm arrive Front Street Café
2:30 pm depart New Richmond for Delhi
3:30 pm arrive at the Delhi Historical Society Farmhouse Museum
The cost is $30/member, $35/non member (Lunch and snacks included). LIMITED SEATING, RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Please call 513-451-4313 by May 13 to make a reservation.
Please note that your reservation will not be confirmed until payment is received. Pay online at www.delhihistoricalsociety.org or checks can be mailed to 468 Anderson Ferry Road.