The Underground Railroad - blog post shows how slaves were hidden in a wagon and photos of Levi Coffin's home
Buxton Bell....Whenever a fugitive from slavery arrived in the black settlement of Buxton, Ont., by way of the Underground Railroad to find freedom in Canada, a large bell housed in the community’s Mission church would ring out in joyous celebration.....the Buxton Bell is currently housed in the Ontario Legislature in Toronto Ontario in honour of Black History Month and the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade.
Hidden Well at the Levi Coffin House This hidden spring-fed well in the Levi Coffin House is one of the special features that helped the Coffin's assist more than 2,000 slaves on their way to freedom via the Underground Railroad.
Peter Mott House ... a stop on the Underground Railroad, in Lawnside, NJ
Quaker Levi Coffin (1798 – 1877), based in Cincinnati, Ohio, was known as the President of the Underground Railroad. He and his wife Catherine, also a Quaker, helped about 2,000 slaves to freedom.
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Michigan Street Baptist Church in Buffalo, Ny. A stop on the underground railroad.
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Images of Underground Railroad Safe Houses and Hiding Places - Harriet Tubman - LibGuides Sandbox for Library Schools at Springshare
Underground Railroad Hiding Space, sliding shelves in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania home. Slavery in America Photos