The Underground Railroad. Volume 3

William Still (Editor)

Series: American History, Culture and Literature
BISAC: HIS036040

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The Underground Railroad by William Still, a conductor for the Underground Railroad, is a compilation of letters, interviews, and other primary sources of Underground Railroad conductors, abolitionist, and fugitive slaves. It is an archive of primary documents that trace the narrative of the greatest, most successful campaign of civil disobedience in American history. This 3 volume book is powerful and highly educational.
(Imprint: SNOVA)

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Preface
Preface to Revised Edition
Chapter 1. ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND.
Chapter 2. ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, VIRGINIA, AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Chapter 3. SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA.
Chapter 4. ARRIVAL FROM SEAFORD, 1859.
Chapter 5. ARRIVAL FROM TAPS' NECK, MD., 1859.
Chapter 6. ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1859.
Chapter 7. SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND DELAWARE.
Chapter 8. ARRIVAL FROM DIFFERENT POINTS.
Chapter 9. SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND, 1860.
Chapter 10. ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1860.
Chapter 11. ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE, 1860.
Chapter 12. ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND.
Chapter 13. ARRIVAL FROM FREDERICKSBURG, 1860.
Chapter 14. SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND, 1860.
Chapter15. CROSSING THE BAY IN A BATTEAU.
Chapter 16. ARRIVAL FROM DORCHESTER COUNTY, 1860.
Chapter 17. ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1860.
Chapter 18. TWELVE MONTHS IN THE WOODS, 1860.
Chapter 19. ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND.
Chapter 20. A SLAVE CATCHER CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP.
Chapter 21. TO WHOM IT MIGHT CONCERN.
Chapter 22. ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1858.
Chapter 23. ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859.
Chapter 24. ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND.
Chapter 25. "AUNT HANNAH MOORE."
Chapter 26. KIDNAPPING OF RACHEL AND ELIZABETH PARKER—MURDER OF JOSEPH C. MILLER, IN 1851 AND 1852.
Chapter 27. ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1854.
Chapter 28. ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK.
Chapter 29. ARRIVAL OF FIFTEEN FROM NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
Chapter 30. THE CASE OF EUPHEMIA WILLIAMS.
Chapter 31. HELPERS AND SYMPATHIZERS AT HOME AND ABROAD—INTERESTING LETTERS.
Chapter 32. PAMPHLET AND LETTERS.
Chapter 33. LETTERS TO THE WRITER.
Chapter 34. WOMAN ESCAPING IN A BOX, 1857.
Chapter 35. ORGANIZATION OF THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE.
Chapter 36. PORTRAITS AND SKETCHES.
Chapter 37. ESTHER MOORE.
Chapter 38. ABIGAIL GOODWIN.
Chapter 39. THOMAS GARRETT.
Chapter 40. DANIEL GIBBONS.
Chapter 41. LUCRETIA MOTT.
Chapter 42. JAMES MILLER McKIM.
Chapter 43. WILLIAM H. FURNESS, D.D.
Chapter 44. WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON.
Chapter 45. LEWIS TAPPAN.
Chapter 46. ELIJAH F. PENNYPACKER.
Chapter 47. WILLIAM WRIGHT.
Chapter 48. DR. BARTHOLOMEW FUSSELL.
Chapter 49. THOMAS SHIPLEY.
Chapter 50. ROBERT PURVIS.
Chapter 51. JOHN HUNN.
Chapter 52. SAMUEL RHOADS.
Chapter 53. GEORGE CORSON.
Chapter 54. CHARLES D. CLEVELAND.
Chapter 55. WILLIAM WHIPPER.
Chapter 56. ISAAC T. HOPPER.
Chapter 57. SAMUEL D. BURRIS.
Chapter 58. MARIANN, GRACE ANNA, AND ELIZABETH R. LEWIS.
Chapter 59. CUNNINGHAM'S RACHE.
Chapter 60. FRANCES ELLEN WATKINS HARPER.
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