This is a great visual from inside of the basement of the Lathrop house in Sylvania Ohio which used to act as a safe haven and was part of the under ground r.

Secrets of the Historic Levi Coffin House: Underground Railroad Stop (in Fountain City, Indiana)

The Levi Coffin House on US 27 on Indiana’s central eastern border has secrets. It was not a secret that its owner, Levi Coffin, a Quaker from North Carolina and local businessman, was part of the Underground Railroad. Coffin was Read more >

Cincinnati: National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (Cincinnati) - All You Need to Know Before You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisor

UNDERGROUND RAILROAD SECRET MESSAGES  |  For example, the conductor William Still received this telegram in Philadelphia: “I have sent via at two o’clock four large and two small hams.” This coded message alerted him of the arrival of four fugitives – two adults and two children. The word “via” signaled they would not arrive on the regular train, as authorities expected, but on the train from Reading. Still was able to meet them at the correct depot and help them escape.

“Stationmasters” hid slaves in their homes or “stations.” Sometimes the language was more secretive to conceal details about the Underground Railroad.

The Hubbard House was a safehouse for slaves who were looking to gain their freedom through passage of the Underground Railroad. This house was built around 1840 by William and Catherine Hubbard. Located right on Lake Erie, the house was a perfect place to hide slaves for a day or two until conditions were optimum for them to make there way to the beach and onto a boat that would take them to Canada.  visit http://www.hubbardhouseugrrmuseum.org  God Bless you William and Catherine Hubbard

This short documentary is about the Hubbard House, located in Ashtabula, Ohio. The Hubbard House was a safehouse for slaves who were looking to gain their fr.

Underground Railroad Freedom Network, Arlington House – Robert E. Lee Memorial • Arlington, Virginia. Cancellation stamp: April 21, 2012

National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom (National Park Service) - lesson plans, web activity, junior ranger booklet

Secret door behind tool cabinet used along the underground railroad

For all history of mankind, we’ve been fascinated with hidden doors that lead to secret rooms. Historically hidden rooms and secret doors served a purpose.

Harriet Tubman -

Images of Underground Railroad Safe Houses and Hiding Places - Harriet Tubman - LibGuides Sandbox for Library Schools at Springshare

Exploring the Underground Railroad, in Brooklyn | Atlas Obscura

Exploring the Underground Railroad, in Brooklyn

Walking today through the tiny neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights, from the Manhattan views offered by the Promenade, past the rows of historic brownstones and.

Harriet Tubman Davis Grave, Auburn, NY. Born Arminta Ross, she received the surname Tubman from her first husband, John Tubman, who was was married to 1844-1851. She changed her first name to her mother's name (Harriet) shortly after she married Tubman. In 1869, she married Nelson Davis, who she was married to until his death in 1888.

In Auburn March 1913 Harriet Tubman died from pneumonia and old age in a nursing home in Auburn, NY. She was about She quoted scripture shortly before passing: "I go away to prepare a place for you, and where I am, ye may be also.