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The underground railroad

Label
The underground railroad
Title
The underground railroad
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1821-1902
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Still, William
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
American Negro, his history and literature
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  • Underground Railroad
  • Fugitive slaves
  • Fugitive slaves
  • Antislavery movements
  • Abolitionists
  • Fugitive slaves
  • Antislavery movements
Label
The underground railroad
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprint of the 1872 ed
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Seth Conklin -- Underground railroad letters -- William Box Peel Jones -- Wesley Harris and Robert Jackson, Craven Matterson and two brothers -- Clarissa Davis -- Anthony Blow alias Henry Levison -- Perry Johnson, of Elkton, Maryland -- Isaac Forman, William Davis and Willis Redick -- Joseph Henry Camp -- Sheridan Ford -- Joseph Kneeland alias Joseph Hulson -- Ex-President Tyler's household loses an aristocratic article -- Edward Morgan, Henry Johnson, James and Stephen Butler -- Henry Predo -- Mary Epps alias Emma Brown, Joseph and Robert Robinson -- George Solomon, Daniel Neall, Benjamin R. Fletcher and Maria Dorsey -- Henry Box Brown -- Trial of the emancipators of Col. J. H. Wheeler's slaves, Jane Johnson and her two little boys -- The arrivals of a single month -- A slave girl's narrative -- Arrival of Jackson, Isaac and Edmondson Turner from Petersburg -- Robert Brown alias Thomas Jones -- Anthony Loney alias William Armstead and Cornelius Scott -- Samuel Williams alias John Williams -- Barnaby Grigby alias John Boyer, and Mary Elizabeth his wife, Frank Wanzer alias Robert Scott, Emily Foster alias Ann Wood -- William Jordan alias William Price -- Joseph Grant and John Speaks -- William N. Taylor -- Louisa Brown, Jacob Waters, and Alfred Goulden -- Arrival from Baltimore -- Several arrivals from different places -- Arrival from Richmond -- Eight arrivals--
  • Charles Thompson -- Blood flowed freely -- John Pettifoot -- Emanuel T. White -- The escape of a child fourteen months old -- Escape of a young slave mother -- Samuel W. Johnson -- Family from Baltimore -- Elijah Hilton -- Solomon Brown -- William Hogg alias John Smith -- Two female passengers from Maryland -- Captain F. and the Mayor of Norfolk -- Arrivals from different places -- Fleeing girl of fifteen in male attire -- Five years and one month secreted -- From Virginia, Maryland and Delaware -- Sam Isaac, Perry, Charles and Green -- From Richmond and Norfork, Va. -- Four arrivals -- From Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, North Carolina, Washington, D. C. and South Carolina -- Charles Gilbert -- Liberty of death -- Salt-water fugitive -- Samuel Green alias Wesley Kinnard -- An Irish girl's devotion to freedom -- "Sam" Nixon alias Dr. Thomas Bayne -- Sunday arrivals -- Heavy reward -- Slave-trader Hall is foiled -- The protection of slave property in Virginia -- Escaping in a chest -- Isaac Williams, Henry Banks and Kit Nickless -- Arrival of five from the Eastern Shore of Maryland -- Sundry arrivals about August 1st, 1855 -- Deep furrows on the back -- Peter Mathews alias Samuel Sparrows -- "Moses" arrived with six passengers -- Escaped from "a worthless sot" -- William Butcher alias Wm. T. Mitchell -- "White enough to pass" -- Escaping with master's carriages and horses -- Eight and a half months secreted -- Arthur Fowler alias Benjamin Johnson -- Sunday arrivals -- Sunday arrivals about January 1st, 1855 --
  • Slave-holder in Maryland with three colored wives -- Captain F. arrives with nine passengers -- Owen and Otho Taylor's flight with horses, &c. -- Heavy reward -- Capt. F. arrives with fourteen "prime articles" on board -- Sundry arrivals, latter part of December, 1855, and beginning of January, 1856 -- Part of the arrivals in December, 1855 -- The Fugitive Slave Bill of 1850 -- The slave hunting tragedy in Lancaster County, in September, 1851 -- William and Ellen Craft -- Arrivals from Richmond -- Passengers from North Carolina / [by Schooner] -- Thomas Clinton, Sauney Pry and Benjamin Ducket -- Arrivals in April, 1856 -- Five from Georgetown cross-roads -- Passengers from Maryland -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Washington, D. C., &C, 1857 -- Arrival from Unionville, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Cambridge, 1857 -- Benjamin Ross and his wife Harriet -- Arrival from Virginia, 1857 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1857 -- Arrival from Alexandria, in 1857 -- Arrival from Unionville, 1857 -- Arrival from New Orleans, 1857 -- Arrival from Washington, D. C. -- Arrival from Virginia, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va. -- Arrival from Washington, D. C. -- Four able bodied "articles" in one arrival, 1857 -- Arrival from Arlington, Md., 1857 -- Five passengers, 1847 -- Arrival from Howard County, Md., 1857 -- Arrival from Prince George's County, Md. --
  • Arrival from Rappahannock County, 1857 -- Arrival from North Carolina, 1857 -- Alfred Hollon, George and Charles N. Rodgers -- Arrival from Kent County, 1857 -- Arrival from Baltimore County, 1857 -- Mary Cooper and Moses Armstead, 1857 -- Arrival from near Washington, D. C. -- Hon. L. McLane's property, soon after his death, travels via the Underground Rail Road - William Knight, Esq. loses a superior "article" -- Arrival from Harford County, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va., 1857 -- Arrival from Hooperville, Md., 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Queen Anne County, 1858 -- Arrival from Baltimore -- Arrived from Dunwoody County, 1858 -- Arrived from Alexandria, Va., 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from Petersburg, 1858 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival of a party of six, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Baltimore, 1858 -- Arrival from Hightstown, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Bellair -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va., 1858 -- Arrival from near Baltimore, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Washington, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from the Old Dominion -- Arrival from Delaware, 1858 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from North Carolina and Delaware -- Arrival from Maryland --
  • Arrival from the District of Columbia, 1858 -- Arrival from Honey Brook Township, 1858 -- Arrival from Alexandria, Va., 1858 -- Arrival from the seat of government -- Crossing the bay in a skiff -- Arrival from Kent County, Md., 1858 -- Arrival from Washington, 1858 -- Arrival from Cecil County, 1858 -- Arrival from Georgetown, D. C., 1858 -- Arrival from Sussex County, 1858 -- Sundry arrivals in 1859 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1859 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1859 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland and Virginia -- Arrival from Seaford, 1859 -- Arrival from Taps' Neck, Md., 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals from Virginia, Maryland and Delaware -- Arrival from different points -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1860 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1860 -- Arrival from near Baltimore, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Fredericksburg, 1860 -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1860 -- Crossing the bay in a batteau -- Arrival from Dorchester County, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1860 -- Twelve months in the woods, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland -- A slave catcher caught in his own trap -- To whom it might concern -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 --
  • Arrival from Richmond -- "Aunt Hannah Moore" -- Kidnapping of Rachel and Elizabeth Parker - murder of Joseph C. Miller, in 1851 and 1852 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1854 -- Arrival from Norfolk -- Arrival of fifteen from Norfolk, Virginia -- The case of Euphemia Williams -- Helpers and sympathizers at home and abroad - interesting letters -- Pamphlets and letters -- Letters to the writer -- Woman escaping in a box, 1857 -- Organization of the Vigilance Committee -- Portraits and sketches -- Abigail Goodwin -- Thomas Garrett -- Daniel Gibbons -- Lucretia Mott -- James Miller McKim -- William H. Furness, D. D. -- William Lloyd Garrison -- Lewis Tappan -- Elijah F. Pennypacker -- William Wright -- Dr. Bartholomew Fussell -- Thomas Shipley -- Robert Purvis -- John Hunn -- Samuel Rhoads -- George Corson -- Charles D. Cleveland -- William Whipper -- Isaac T. Hopper -- Samuel D. Burris -- Mariann, Grace Anna, and Elizabeth R. Lewis -- Cunningham's Rache -- Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Control code
426607
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
780 pages
Lccn
68029019
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
(WaOLN)399858
Label
The underground railroad
Publication
Note
Reprint of the 1872 ed
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Seth Conklin -- Underground railroad letters -- William Box Peel Jones -- Wesley Harris and Robert Jackson, Craven Matterson and two brothers -- Clarissa Davis -- Anthony Blow alias Henry Levison -- Perry Johnson, of Elkton, Maryland -- Isaac Forman, William Davis and Willis Redick -- Joseph Henry Camp -- Sheridan Ford -- Joseph Kneeland alias Joseph Hulson -- Ex-President Tyler's household loses an aristocratic article -- Edward Morgan, Henry Johnson, James and Stephen Butler -- Henry Predo -- Mary Epps alias Emma Brown, Joseph and Robert Robinson -- George Solomon, Daniel Neall, Benjamin R. Fletcher and Maria Dorsey -- Henry Box Brown -- Trial of the emancipators of Col. J. H. Wheeler's slaves, Jane Johnson and her two little boys -- The arrivals of a single month -- A slave girl's narrative -- Arrival of Jackson, Isaac and Edmondson Turner from Petersburg -- Robert Brown alias Thomas Jones -- Anthony Loney alias William Armstead and Cornelius Scott -- Samuel Williams alias John Williams -- Barnaby Grigby alias John Boyer, and Mary Elizabeth his wife, Frank Wanzer alias Robert Scott, Emily Foster alias Ann Wood -- William Jordan alias William Price -- Joseph Grant and John Speaks -- William N. Taylor -- Louisa Brown, Jacob Waters, and Alfred Goulden -- Arrival from Baltimore -- Several arrivals from different places -- Arrival from Richmond -- Eight arrivals--
  • Charles Thompson -- Blood flowed freely -- John Pettifoot -- Emanuel T. White -- The escape of a child fourteen months old -- Escape of a young slave mother -- Samuel W. Johnson -- Family from Baltimore -- Elijah Hilton -- Solomon Brown -- William Hogg alias John Smith -- Two female passengers from Maryland -- Captain F. and the Mayor of Norfolk -- Arrivals from different places -- Fleeing girl of fifteen in male attire -- Five years and one month secreted -- From Virginia, Maryland and Delaware -- Sam Isaac, Perry, Charles and Green -- From Richmond and Norfork, Va. -- Four arrivals -- From Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, North Carolina, Washington, D. C. and South Carolina -- Charles Gilbert -- Liberty of death -- Salt-water fugitive -- Samuel Green alias Wesley Kinnard -- An Irish girl's devotion to freedom -- "Sam" Nixon alias Dr. Thomas Bayne -- Sunday arrivals -- Heavy reward -- Slave-trader Hall is foiled -- The protection of slave property in Virginia -- Escaping in a chest -- Isaac Williams, Henry Banks and Kit Nickless -- Arrival of five from the Eastern Shore of Maryland -- Sundry arrivals about August 1st, 1855 -- Deep furrows on the back -- Peter Mathews alias Samuel Sparrows -- "Moses" arrived with six passengers -- Escaped from "a worthless sot" -- William Butcher alias Wm. T. Mitchell -- "White enough to pass" -- Escaping with master's carriages and horses -- Eight and a half months secreted -- Arthur Fowler alias Benjamin Johnson -- Sunday arrivals -- Sunday arrivals about January 1st, 1855 --
  • Slave-holder in Maryland with three colored wives -- Captain F. arrives with nine passengers -- Owen and Otho Taylor's flight with horses, &c. -- Heavy reward -- Capt. F. arrives with fourteen "prime articles" on board -- Sundry arrivals, latter part of December, 1855, and beginning of January, 1856 -- Part of the arrivals in December, 1855 -- The Fugitive Slave Bill of 1850 -- The slave hunting tragedy in Lancaster County, in September, 1851 -- William and Ellen Craft -- Arrivals from Richmond -- Passengers from North Carolina / [by Schooner] -- Thomas Clinton, Sauney Pry and Benjamin Ducket -- Arrivals in April, 1856 -- Five from Georgetown cross-roads -- Passengers from Maryland -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Washington, D. C., &C, 1857 -- Arrival from Unionville, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Cambridge, 1857 -- Benjamin Ross and his wife Harriet -- Arrival from Virginia, 1857 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1857 -- Arrival from Alexandria, in 1857 -- Arrival from Unionville, 1857 -- Arrival from New Orleans, 1857 -- Arrival from Washington, D. C. -- Arrival from Virginia, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va. -- Arrival from Washington, D. C. -- Four able bodied "articles" in one arrival, 1857 -- Arrival from Arlington, Md., 1857 -- Five passengers, 1847 -- Arrival from Howard County, Md., 1857 -- Arrival from Prince George's County, Md. --
  • Arrival from Rappahannock County, 1857 -- Arrival from North Carolina, 1857 -- Alfred Hollon, George and Charles N. Rodgers -- Arrival from Kent County, 1857 -- Arrival from Baltimore County, 1857 -- Mary Cooper and Moses Armstead, 1857 -- Arrival from near Washington, D. C. -- Hon. L. McLane's property, soon after his death, travels via the Underground Rail Road - William Knight, Esq. loses a superior "article" -- Arrival from Harford County, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va., 1857 -- Arrival from Hooperville, Md., 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Queen Anne County, 1858 -- Arrival from Baltimore -- Arrived from Dunwoody County, 1858 -- Arrived from Alexandria, Va., 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from Petersburg, 1858 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival of a party of six, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Baltimore, 1858 -- Arrival from Hightstown, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Bellair -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va., 1858 -- Arrival from near Baltimore, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Washington, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from the Old Dominion -- Arrival from Delaware, 1858 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from North Carolina and Delaware -- Arrival from Maryland --
  • Arrival from the District of Columbia, 1858 -- Arrival from Honey Brook Township, 1858 -- Arrival from Alexandria, Va., 1858 -- Arrival from the seat of government -- Crossing the bay in a skiff -- Arrival from Kent County, Md., 1858 -- Arrival from Washington, 1858 -- Arrival from Cecil County, 1858 -- Arrival from Georgetown, D. C., 1858 -- Arrival from Sussex County, 1858 -- Sundry arrivals in 1859 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1859 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1859 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland and Virginia -- Arrival from Seaford, 1859 -- Arrival from Taps' Neck, Md., 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals from Virginia, Maryland and Delaware -- Arrival from different points -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1860 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1860 -- Arrival from near Baltimore, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Fredericksburg, 1860 -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1860 -- Crossing the bay in a batteau -- Arrival from Dorchester County, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1860 -- Twelve months in the woods, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland -- A slave catcher caught in his own trap -- To whom it might concern -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 --
  • Arrival from Richmond -- "Aunt Hannah Moore" -- Kidnapping of Rachel and Elizabeth Parker - murder of Joseph C. Miller, in 1851 and 1852 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1854 -- Arrival from Norfolk -- Arrival of fifteen from Norfolk, Virginia -- The case of Euphemia Williams -- Helpers and sympathizers at home and abroad - interesting letters -- Pamphlets and letters -- Letters to the writer -- Woman escaping in a box, 1857 -- Organization of the Vigilance Committee -- Portraits and sketches -- Abigail Goodwin -- Thomas Garrett -- Daniel Gibbons -- Lucretia Mott -- James Miller McKim -- William H. Furness, D. D. -- William Lloyd Garrison -- Lewis Tappan -- Elijah F. Pennypacker -- William Wright -- Dr. Bartholomew Fussell -- Thomas Shipley -- Robert Purvis -- John Hunn -- Samuel Rhoads -- George Corson -- Charles D. Cleveland -- William Whipper -- Isaac T. Hopper -- Samuel D. Burris -- Mariann, Grace Anna, and Elizabeth R. Lewis -- Cunningham's Rache -- Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Control code
426607
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
780 pages
Lccn
68029019
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
(WaOLN)399858

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