The Underground Railroad was a complex network of secret routes, safe houses, and courageous men and women, both black and white, who helped slaves escape to free states and to Canada. "Conductors," such as Harriet Tubman, risked recapture in the South guiding slaves to freedom. Explore the formation of this extremely effective anti-slavery escape network and the people who made it work.
The Underground Railroad
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