Is this the hubbard House underground railroad museum?
Finall were here
Yes you are at the hubbard house underground railroad museum
Friends Meeting House
Do you know where a conductor is
NO i dont know
Dr. Richard Eells House
Ok are we still following the drinking gourd
Ashtabula county hd over thirty known underground railroad stations or safehouses and lots of conductors nearly two-thirds of those sites still stand today the hubbard house known as mother hubbards cupboard
Dr. Nathan Thomas House
Have you been following the drinking gourd
ill help Him right away
Please Help Him he,s dying!
Thank you thank you!
The Friends Meeting House in Wilmington was erected between 1815 and 1817. Like many Quaker congregations, members of the Wilmington Meeting House were active in the Underground Railroad.
Uncle Tom,s Cabin
Wow! Im at the place where uncle toms cabin the novel was published
Please be careful on your journey
The Dr. Eells House is the oldest surviving brick home in quincy,Illinois built in 1835.He lived there until his death in 1848 . Quincy, Illionis, was the first Underground Railroad station across the border of Missouri—a slave state.
Can you please tell us where the next station is
The Dr. nathan thomas house built in 1835, was the home of one of michigan,s most active underground railroad participants a founding member of the sttes republican party and kalamazoo county,s first physican.
Uncle Tom`s cabin is an anti slavery novel by American author Harriet beecher stowe. published in 1852, the novel "helped lay the groundwork for the civil war" according to Will Kaufman Stowe
built in the middle of old jamestown near the intersection of what were then known as federal and union streets richard mendenhall house served as gathering place for residents and a stopover.