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UNDERGROUND RAILROAD: ABOLITIONIST MOVEMENT

UNDERGROUND RAILROAD: ABOLITIONIST MOVEMENT
$6.95
Cobblestone Publishing is releasing three different issues on the underground railroad in the first two months of 2003. Each of the magazines (COBBLESTONE, FOOTSTEPS, and DIG) is offering a slightly different approach to understanding the underground railroad and its history. In the COBBLESTONE issue, we include articles on the Fugitive Slave laws of 1793 and 1850, the Abolitionist movement and the men and women who were part of that, and the establishment of planned communities for escaped slaves in Canada. There also is an in-depth article on Ohio's role as a major stop on the railroad, as well as a look at the role one Vermont family played and a short article that tells us how versions of the underground railroad continue today on an international level. /cob0302t

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Cobblestone Publishing is releasing three different issues on the underground railroad in the first two months of 2003. Each of the magazines (COBBLESTONE, FOOTSTEPS, and DIG) is offering a slightly different approach to understanding the underground railroad and its history. In the COBBLESTONE issue, we include articles on the Fugitive Slave laws of 1793 and 1850, the Abolitionist movement and the men and women who were part of that, and the establishment of planned communities for escaped slaves in Canada. There also is an in-depth article on Ohio's role as a major stop on the railroad, as well as a look at the role one Vermont family played and a short article that tells us how versions of the underground railroad continue today on an international level. /cob0302t