Item: Vermont's Anti-Slavery and Underground Railroad with a Map and Illustrations

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Record Number: 11039
Call number: E441 .A58 v.143
Address: Columbus, OH
Date of Original: 1937
Original Format: Watercolors › Gouache
Image description: Vermont's Anti-Slavery and Underground Railroad was written by Wilbur H. Siebert and published in 1937 by Ohio State University of Columbus, Ohio. It provides a history of the anti-slavery movement in Vermont and includes illustrations of key people and places associated with Vermont's Underground Railroad.

I. Slave Cases in Vermont
II. The Mulato Minister Lemuel Haynes
III. Vermon'ts Share in the Colonization Movement
IV. William Lloyd Garrison, and Anti-Slavery Societies in Vermont
V. Anti-Slavery Newspapers and Parties in Vermont
VI. The Anti-Slavery Movement in the Legislature
VII. Extent of the Underground Railroad in Vermont; Its Western Trunk Line
VIII. Its Eastern Trunk Line and Branches
Illustrations and Map
Index