The Underground Railroad in Ohio / Kathy Schulz.
"During a dark time in our history, thousands of freedom seekers traveled the Underground Railroad through Ohio. The Buckeye State hosted about half of all fugitive slave traffic of the antebellum era. A mix of northern and southern settlers in the state added drama to a struggle that led to major benefits for the state and the country. Unfortunately, this epic past was obscured by silence and secrecy and then distorted with misinformation and folklore--until now. Author and native Ohioan Kathy Schulz accurately details the development and workings of Ohio's Underground Railroad with true stories of Addison White, John Parker and others." -- Back cover.
- ISBN: 9781467153201
- Physical Description: 158 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Charleston, SC : History Press, 2023.
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|Subject:||Underground Railroad > Ohio.
Fugitive slaves > Ohio.
Antislavery movements > Ohio > History.
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|Topic Heading:||Ohio authors.
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