Skip to content Skip to main navigation Skip to footer

Elijah Lewis House

Elijah Lewis (b. 1810) was a prominent local citizen and abolitionist of Farmington. The late-18th century home he lived in has been identified as an Underground Railroad station. Lewis sheltered fugitive slaves in a space at the base of his chimney. There, a large stone can still be removed to reveal a hiding place big enough to hold a grown man.

This property is privately owned and not open to the public.


Click here to copy address to clipboard Address copied to clipboard