Route. To reduce the risk of infiltration, many people associated with the
Underground Railroad knew only their part of the operation ...
There were many different routes that slaves took as they traveled north to
freedom. ... Some white captains were also conductors for the Underground
For a more detailed map of escape routes of the Underground Railroad produced
by the National Park Service Cartographic Staff at Harpers Ferry Center.
Students will identify slave states and free states during the time of the
Underground Railroad, explore the challenges of escaping, and choose the route
The Underground Railroad was established to aid enslaved people in their
escape to freedom. The railroad was comprised of dozens of secret routes and
As a descendent of travelers on the Underground Railroad, I grew up ... words
often used on the Underground Railroad were: “tracks” (routes fixed by
The Underground Railroad Bicycle Route (UGRR) memorializes the
Underground Railroad, traversing landscapes and historic communities from
The term Underground Railroad referred to the entire system, which consisted of
many routes called lines. The free individuals who helped runaway slaves ...
Songs like "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," and "Go Down Moses" may have
contained secret messages detailing escape routes for runways. Another popular
All along the Eastern Line of the Underground Railroad, there remain signs of ....
provided fugitives from Maryland's eastern shore with a route to the north—to ...