. Freedom Crossing Monument Lewiston, New York. A station marker
located in Paterson, New Jersey. See also: List of ...
Possible safe house on the Underground Railroad Slaves escaping North would
often stay in “safe houses” to escape capture. These houses were owned by ...
At the heart of the Underground Railroad were the beliefs of the abolitionist ...
Locations where slaves could safely find protection, food or a place to sleep were
List of Sites for Aboard the Underground Railroad ... George B. Hitchcock House-
-Lewis vicinity 3. Henderson Lewelling House--Salem 4. Jordan House--West ...
Ashtabula County had over thirty known Underground Railroad stations, or
safehouses, and many more conductors. Nearly two-thirds of those sites still
The safe houses used as hiding places along the lines of the Underground
Railroad were called stations. A lit lantern hung outside would identify these
The Fugitive Slave Act and the Underground Railroad ... The routes from safe-
house to safe-house (houses where fugitive slaves were kept) were called lines ...
The Jackson Homestead -- Station on the Underground Railroad ... William
Jackson's house in Newton, Massachusetts, was a "station" on the Underground
Underground Railroad | Facts & Information About The Underground Railroad
Set Up ... Aiding them in their flight was a system of safe houses and abolitionists
The Underground Railroad is a great story in American history. ... World, the
loose “network” of routes and safe houses began to emerge in the 19th century.