Mr. Hoskins

Mr. Hoskins
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  • Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims
  • We are looking for Mr. Beecher? 
  • Is this the home of the station master?
  • Yes, gentlemen, you look like you have been walking for awhile
  • Friends Meeting House
  • How much closer to the "promise land" are we?
  • We have been following the Drinking gourd and found your place.
  • Welcome, all friends of Moses are friends of ours, do you know Moses?
  • Mendenhall Plantation
  • Please be careful and watchful for the patter roller
  • of course mam, thank you
  • Can you forward us to the next station please
  • Since 1847, Plymouth Church has been a vital presence in New York City. Following the lead of its famed anti-slavery preacher Henry Ward Beecher, Plymouth Church played a fundamental part in New York City’s Underground Railroad activity, and became known as Brooklyn’s “Grand Central Depot.” 
  • 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
  • Built in the center of Old Jamestown, near the intersection of what were then known as Federal and Union Streets, Richard Mendenhall’s house served as a gathering place for residents and a stopover for travelers
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