There are fourteen recognized National Underground Railroad sites in Massachusetts. The Network to Freedom is a program administered by the National Park Service to recognize and tell the story of resistance against the institution of slavery in the United States through escape and flight. The network is a diverse collection of historic sites, facilities and programs that have a verifiable association to the Underground Railroad.

In the Western Massachusetts byways region, these sites include the Sacket Tavern (now the Huntington Country Store) in Huntington, the site of the Hart and Mary Leavitt House in Charlemont, and the site of the Roger Hooker and Keziah Leavitt House, also in Charlemont.

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