This terrific map shows general routes of the Underground Railroad, a series of loosely coordinated local networks helping African Americans escape enslavement in the mid-1800s. Map by National Geographic Maps

KY-IL-KS-MO = This terrific map shows general routes of the Underground Railroad, a series of loosely coordinated local networks helping African Americans escape enslavement in the Map by National Geographic Maps

This idea has been stuck in my head for awhile, ever since I heard about how quilts were used to communicate to runaway slaves on the Underground Railroad. Their patterns and blocks were a code, provi

Printable Underground Railroad Quilt Code Game (Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational)

This idea has been stuck in my head for awhile, ever since I heard about how quilts were used to communicate to runaway slaves on the Underground Railroad Their patterns and blocks were a code, provi

"A Detail Map of the Eastern Part of 'Early American Indian Tribes, Culture Areas, and Lingustic [sic]  Stocks' by William C. Sturtevant, Smithsonian Institution, 1966"

"A Detail Map of the Eastern Part of 'Early American Indian Tribes, Culture Areas, and Lingustic [sic] Stocks' by William C.

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Printable Underground Railroad Quilt Code Game

This idea has been stuck in my head for awhile, ever since I heard about how quilts were used to communicate to runaway slaves on the Underground Railroad. Their patterns and blocks were a code, provi

"Song of the Free" is a song of the Underground Railroad written in 1860 about a man fleeing slavery in Tennessee  by escaping to Canada via the Underground Railroad. It is composed to the tune of "Oh! Susanna".

"Song of the Free" is a song of the Underground Railroad written in 1860 about a man fleeing slavery in Tennessee by escaping to Canada via the Underground Railroad. It is composed to the tune of "Oh!

Mary Taylor-Underground Railroad Quilt Code    Secret messages in the form of quilt patterns aided slaves escaping the bonds of captivity in the Southern states before and during the American Civil War.

Mary Taylor-Underground Railroad Quilt Code Secret messages in the form of quilt patterns aided slaves escaping the bonds of captivity in the Southern states before and during the American Civil War.

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