Do you know were there's a way to the Gospel Train
I'm not really sure
If you want there's an easier way just follow the Drinking Gourd or Friends H.M.
Friends Meeting House
Um,nothing to worry about im just here for some info of the drinking Gourd
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Who are you oh OK here is a friend to help you
Harriet Beecher Stowe House
Ok sound good to me OOOH I'm getting tired better go to sleep
Goodnight I wont be here tomorrow WORK
For right now just go to sleep and in the morning i'll be your agent
Ummm,heh I snuck out yesterday morning I almost got caught,but luckily I didnt get caught.I bet my masters mad
Is located in PA,a column of Reading's black community for 160 years,the Bethel AME Zion Church stands as a evidence to the hard work and accomplishments of free African American during the period of slavery.The four founding members of the church were Jacob George Dillen, Isaac Parker,and Samuel Murray,who was the first responsible for the construction of the church
Dr.Nathan Thomas House
What i need to know is how did you get here
it is located in Wilmington DE,was built between 1815 and 1817.Delaware passed a law and banned the importation of exportation of slaves.The following year,Delaware Quakers formed the Delaware Society for promoting the Abolition of slavery,an organization that was active throughout the first and half of the 19th century
Dr.Richards Eells House
ooh thanks I just want to be with my family with shepherds.
It operates as an historical and cultural site,focusing on Harriet Beecher Stowe author of Uncle Tom's Cabin.The site also includes a look into the friends,coworker,and family of the Stowe Family,Lane Seminary and the abolitionists also of the women of rights in the U.R. movements.These organizational figures efforts in the 1830's and 1860's.
Levi Coffin House
Uhh I dont know what to say but how you get here
Located in MI,built in 1835,was one of the home of the Michigan's most active U.R. participants,a founding member of the states Republican Party and Kalamazoo Country's first doctor.Pamela Brown Thomas memoirs,written in 1892 had so much info about her and husbend's activities in the U.R.
Oh did I forget to mention Elizabeth here is going to help you when your hurt and help you to go to Canaan
I will be helping him just for 2 days
This house is the oldest surviving brick home in Quincy,Illinois,built in 1835.Richard lived there till he died in 1843. Quincy IL,was the first U.R. station across the border of Missouri-slave state.An abolitionists,Elles was actively involved i the U.R..Elles was caught helping a slave in 1842 from Monticello named Charley.
I'm Richard as you know,Moses will be helping you she has been helping everyone
Um sir I will take you home after this suprise
Part of the legendary U.R. for fleeing slaves of before Civil War days,this listed National Historic Landmark is a Federal style brick home built i 1839.Slaves were ushuered to freedom through the Coffin House more than 2,000 slaves.
Im the station master here and who are you nevermind,Harriet Tubman
Honey we've missed you,they told us you'll be here and so preachers lead us to here and you