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Indiana at 200 (36): Indiana Family Helped Slaves Escape

Posted: October 20, 2014

by Andrea Neal Once runaway slaves made it to the home of Levi and Catharine Coffin in eastern Indiana, they were safe. Truly safe. To the best of Levi Coffin’s knowledge, every slave who passed through his Underground Railroad station made his way to freedom. The Coffins lived in a mostly Quaker community called Newport, Read the full article…

 

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