Old Quindaro Museum & Information Center
To acknowledge and perpetuate the memory of those individuals who were able to set themselves free from bondage, those who were able to make the transition from a post slavery to a free existence, and everyone who made a contribution to the growth and development of Quindaro and who still today remain committed to ideas and projects that are significant to the preservation, historical and cultural awareness, educational value and overall importance the African American Community of Quindaro to the history and evolutionary development of Kansas as well as the United States of America!
Old Quindaro Museum and Information Center would like to thank Dr. Nancey Dawson, direct descendant of Mother Elizabeth Thomas, seeker of freedom displayed in the museum, for completing the application of this recognition with the U.S. Department of Interior National UNDERGROUND RAILROAD Network to freedom.
Old Quindaro Museum and Information Center would also like to make special thanks to Wyandotte Nation-Oklahoma council for their monetary and moral support these past three years in every advancement the museum has made.The Wyandot Nation-Kansas Chapter gave us the display featured in the museum and now is a part of this network to freedom.
Jesse Hope, III
Founder & Curator
Old Quindaro Museum & Information Center, Inc.