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Underground Railroad

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The Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes and safe houses used by .... Opposition to slavery did not mean that all states welcomed free blacks. ... sorrows of this world, these songs d...

Underground Railroad: A Path to Freedom - Eastern Illinois University

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They did this with little or no food and no protection from the slave catchers chasing them. ... For the slaves traveling north on the Underground Railroad, they were still in ... If a conductor was caught helping free slaves they would be fined,  ...

Underground Railroad - Black History - HISTORY.com

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Find out more about the history of Underground Railroad, including videos, interesting ... on the Underground Railroad, leading hundreds of slaves to freedom. ... system of Quaker, Covenanter, and Methodist “conductors” secretly helping fugitives from ... A number of individual whites also aided runaways, as did “vigilance ...

Underground Railroad, The (1820-1861) | The Black Past ...

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The Underground Railroad also included the smuggling of fugitive slaves onto ships that carried ... Those that led the runaway slaves north did so in stages.

Pathways to Freedom | About the Underground Railroad

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The Underground Railroad was a secret network organized by people who helped men, women, and children escape from slavery to freedom. It operated before ...

History | National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

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Of course, Underground Railroad activity did not literally take place ... Escaping from slavery or helping someone to escape from slavery was a very difficult and ...

Harriet Tubman: Conductor of the Underground Railroad - Meet ...

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After Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery, she returned to slave-holding states ... What do you think Tubman did when someone she was helping became ...

Myths of the Underground Railroad - Scholastic

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The Underground Railroad did not exist as an organization in the south. Slaves rarely received any help until they reached a free, Northern State. They had to ...

What Was the Underground Railroad? | Wonderopolis

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The Underground Railroad effectively moved many slaves to freedom each ... Did you get it? ... Write a list of pros and cons that a person living long ago might have used to decide whether to help slaves escape via the Underground Railroad.

Kids History: Underground Railroad - Ducksters

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It was against the law to help escaped slaves and, in many southern states, conductors could be put to death by hanging. When did the Underground Railroad ...

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Underground Railroad | HistoryNet

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Information and Articles About Underground Railroad, one of the causes of the civil war ... White men caught helping slaves to escape received harsher punishments ... He used to beat us, sure; but not nearly so much as others did, some of his ...

The Underground Railroad - PBS

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The Underground Railroad, a vast network of people who helped fugitive slaves ... and money, and helped the fugitives settle into a community by helping them ...

Underground Railroad - Runaway Slaves method of escape

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Runaway slaves relied on knowledge of geography, clever disguises, tips from ... She did so by dressing as an elderly man with an ailment which required him to breathe ... passenger on the train whom to call upon at their destination for help.