STORIES OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD by Anna L. urtis

STORIES OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Of limited interest, though it may have a special market among Quakers, since so many of the stories deal with the Quaker activities in the days when the ""Underground"" provided the surest means of helping slaves to freedom. Isaac Hopper, Levi Coffin, Thomas all, and the famous leader of her people, Harriet Tubman; the scenes shifting from Ohio to Pennsylvania to Delaware to New Jersey; ten stories in all, drawn from source material.

Publisher: Island Workshop Press