A Retired Policeman Tells us the Story of The Most Daring Jailbreak in the Underground Railroad's History

A Retired Policeman Tells us the Story of The Most Daring Jailbreak in the Underground Railroad's History

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You probably know what the Underground Railroad is—you know, the network of secret routes and safe houses set up in antebellum America and used by African-American slaves (with the help of abolitionists and allies) to escape into free states and Canada. But how did it work? How far apart were these slave houses? Five miles, twenty miles, or more? And how did abolitionists help the escaped slaves? Did they provide them food and shelter and send them on their way, or did they personally guide ... See More

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