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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Underground_Railroad

Route[edit]. To reduce the risk of infiltration, many people associated with the Underground Railroad knew only their part of the operation ...

www.nationalgeographic.org/maps/undergroundrailroad

Nov 16, 2011 ... Sometimes, routes of the Underground Railroad were organized by abolitionists, people who opposed slavery. More often, the network was a ...

www.nps.gov/nr/travel/underground/routes.htm

For a more detailed map of escape routes of the Underground Railroad produced by the National Park Service Cartographic Staff at Harpers Ferry Center.

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There were many different routes that slaves took as they traveled north to freedom. ... Some white captains were also conductors for the Underground Railroad.

www.adventurecycling.org/routes-and-maps/adventure-cycling-route-network/underground-railroad-ugrr

The Underground Railroad Bicycle Route (UGRR) memorializes the Underground Railroad, traversing landscapes and historic communities from Mobile, ...

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Routes of the Underground Railroad. This map shows the different routes which slaves took out of the south. All slaves did not necessarily head north, many of ...

www.pbs.org/black-culture/shows/list/underground-railroad/locations

Quincy, Illinois, was the first Underground Railroad station across the border of .... that was an important transfer point for fugitive slaves en route to Canada.

www.historynet.com/underground-railroad

Underground Railroad summary: The Underground Railroad was the term used to describe a network of meeting places, secret routes, passageways and safe ...

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Find out more about the history of Underground Railroad, including videos, interesting ... The network of routes extended through 14 Northern states and “the  ...