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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 ...

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

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Students will identify slave states and free states during the time of the Underground Railroad, explore the challenges of escaping, and choose the route they ...

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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This map shows the different routes which slaves took out of the south. All slaves did not necessarily head north, many of them went farther south to Mexico and ...

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

Sources on the Underground Railroad. ... Underground Railroad Travel Itinerary Header. Click here to be directed to a Bing map of this travel itinerary's sites to ...

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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.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.harriet-tubman.org/underground-railroad

The Underground Railway was a loosely organized network of connections with no clear defined routes. They provided houses, transportation to aid slaves to ...