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  • Cheryl Pass

    Indiana Map - Underground Railroad sites

  • Maryjo Sellars

    Indiana Map for Underground Railroad. This site explains the routes and the frequent changes in routes used by the Underground Railroad to help move slaves to safety. Click on the red dots on the map and get more information on each town. Fascinating.

  • Susan Holsclaw-Atwell

    FILM ~ Isiah Whitlock, Jr., actor (South Bend) Fred Williamson, actor (Gary) Robert Wise, director (Winchester) Jo Anne Worley, actress (Lowell) Mike Epps, comedian (Gary) Michael Essany, comedian (Valparaiso) Jim Gaffigan, comedian (Chesterton) David Letterman, comedian (Indianapolis) Buddy Lewis, comedian (Gary) Dan Nainan, comedian (Bloomington) Herb Shriner, comedian (Fort Wayne) Red Skelton, comedian (Vincennes) Brad Stine, comedian (Bremen)

  • Carla Carver

    Information on the underground railroad locations in Indiana. Información sobre la ubicación del tren subterráneo en Indiana.

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Levi Coffin (1798 – 1877) was a Quaker businessman who was deeply involved in the Underground Railroad in Indiana and Ohio. His home is often called "Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad" because of the thousands of slaves who are reported to have passed through his care while escaping their masters. Born in the Southern United States, Coffin developed an opposition to slavery as a child. He immigrated from North Carolina in 1826 following a persecution of Quakers by slave-holde...

"Travel Historic Highway 27, a key route on the Underground Railroad. Visit the Levi Coffin House,"Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad," and attend a traditional service of silent reflection at a church whose congregation was well-known for its work in the movement at New Garden Meeting House." (Stay at the schoolhouse/parsonage.)