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Underground Railroad - Wikipedia

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The Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes and safe houses established in the .... Opposition to slavery did not mean that all states welcomed free blacks. For instance, Indiana .... Ma...

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

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The Underground Railroad was established to aid enslaved people in their escape to freedom. The railroad was ... Those that led the runaway slaves north did so in stages. ... Slave-catchers started abducting free-born African Americans.

Underground Railroad | HistoryNet

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The term Underground Railroad began to be used in the early 1830s. .... He used to beat us, sure; but not nearly so much as others did, some of his own kin ...

Underground Railroad - Black History - HISTORY.com

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Find out more about the history of Underground Railroad, including videos, interesting ... A number of individual whites also aided runaways, as did “ vigilance ...

The Underground Railroad - PBS

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The Underground Railroad, a vast network of people who helped fugitive slaves escape to the North and to Canada, was not run by any single organization or ...

The Underground Railroad and How it Began - dummies

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The Underground Railroad carried thousands of slaves to freedom, but it was no ordinary train. In the face of Constitutional amendments protecting slavery and ...

Underground Railroad: A Path to Freedom - Eastern Illinois University

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The Underground Railroad was a secret system developed to aid fugitive ... They did this with little or no food and no protection from the slave catchers chasing them. ... If they were caught, any number of terrible things could happen to them.

The Underground Railroad [ushistory.org]

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Perhaps the most outstanding "conductor" of the Underground Railroad was Harriet Tubman. Born a slave herself, she began working on the railroad to free her ...

Where did the Underground Railroad go? - Pathways to Freedom ...

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Pathways to Freedom: Maryland and the Underground Railroad ... The Underground Railroad went north to freedom. Sometimes passengers stopped when they ...

Civil War and Underground Railroad Timeline and Resources from ...

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Underground Railroad Timeline, an Excerpt from Fergus Bordewich new book: ... African-American collaborators begin helping fugitive slaves in Philadelphia.