Underground Railroad

Underground Railroad
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  • Bethel AME Church
  • Yeah, but what whey is it to the Promise land
  • excuse me what way is he Promise  Land
  • Hurry we have to get  to the Promise Land 
  • we should asked that lady
  • OK
  • You just have to go North to find the Promise Land
  • Dr. Nathan Thomas House
  • I help the people in the Underground Railroad get out of a place they were stuck at
  • Here he is
  • is our agent almost here
  • what did you do or told them agent
  • Friends Meeting House
  • yeah, we wont be traveling from one place to another again yesss
  • I wonder whats Forwarding
  • Ow now I know what it is
  • OMG, they just signed a law about no more Forwarding
  • The Bethel AME Church stands as a testament to the hard work and goals of free African Americans during the era of slavery. During the years  leading up to the Civil  War, the congregation of Bethel was working in the Underground Railroad and members often shelter slaves escaping North.
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe House
  • yeah,that's a good idea let's go
  • The Dr. Nathan Thomas House,was made in 1835, The Dr. Thomas House was the home of one Michigan's Underground Railroad member of the state Republican Party.
  •             Mendenhall Plantation
  • let me ask
  • yes, we are here
  • The Friends Meeting House in Wilmington was erected between 1815 and 1817. Like many members of the Wilmington Meeting House were doing something  in the Underground Railroad.  In 1787, Delaware passed a law by not letting  the importation  and exportation of  slaves.
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin
  • What if that was us and they notice
  • we are so close to the River Jordan
  • Stowe witnessed the evils of slavery first-hand while going through the nearby state of Kentucky and visited the home of activist John Rankin in Ripley, Ohio. During her residency in Ohio, she talked to many slaves who had escaped to freedom near the Underground Railroad.
  • we should probably go
  • The Mendenhall Plantation was built in the middle of Old Jamestown,close to the cross of what were then known as Federal and Union streets,Richard house worked as a gathering place for residents and a place to stop at for travelers. This home to the community of Quaker trades people and farmers who actively don't like slavery gaved education for all.
  • excuse me is this the station
  • Hey,I think this is the station
  • yes sweetie 
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe's anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom's Cabin is published. Also Uncle Tom's cabin the lowly was the Fugitive slave act of 1850, which made assisting slaves that escape  a crime in free states.
  • I just heard that there were 9 Flying Bondmen that  escaped
  • yeah cause of the Uncle Tom's book and the Fugitive slave act
  •  I also herd that slaves that escaped it was illegal in free states
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