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 >
The Canadian Underground Railroad for slaves was used in the early century as an escape from slavery in the United States. These slaves saw Canada as a place of FREEDOM and that makes me proud! Waddill-Kelly Yoga and Meditation
The Dart: A stop on the Underground Railroad
Unit Col Stone show a trap door that lead to a hiding place for runaway slaves, the home he and his wife Ann Jasperson now own Haviland Rd in North Stamford, Conn was part of the underground railroad.
pinner writes: Entrance to an Underground Railroad tunnel in Pennsylvania
Part of Underground Railroad tunnel in Middletown, OH.
Underground Railroad Hiding Space, sliding shelves in the Dobbin House, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Slavery in America.
“Stationmasters” hid slaves in their homes or “stations.” Sometimes the language was more secretive to conceal details about the Underground Railroad.
Candle in the window indicates a safe house on the Underground Railroad
"When I found that I crossed that line, I looked at my hands to see if I was the same person. There was such glory over everything; the sun came like gold through the trees, and over the fields, and I felt like I was in Heaven.