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The digital collection, available through Ohio Memory, the statewide digital collections in partnership with the State Library of Ohio, includes historical correspondence of Underground Railroad participants; photographs of agents and former slaves; and maps of Underground Railroad routes.
00 Hardcover Guides to historic events in America E450 Part of a series of reference works on American history for high school and undergraduate level history students, this volume on the Underground Railroad provides a concise overview of this important episode in the history of African American slavery and resistance.
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When Thunder Rolls: The Underground Railroad and the Civil War" is a tale of the Underground Railroad, a line of people that slaves knew to run to for aid and assistance in trying to flee northward for the most basic of freedoms that so many Americans hold dear.
The city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission has put a set of 19th-century Chelsea row houses used in the Underground Railroad on track to become landmarks, as the agency is slated to consider the properties at a hearing tomorrow.
Complete story / Page 8 CAPTION(S): photo Photo: (color) Karen Jones Meadows portrays 30 characters in ``Harriet's Return,'' a one-woman play she wrote about the life of Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman.
BOUND FOR CANAAN; THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD AND THE WAR FOR THE SOUL OF AMERICA.