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Schoolhouse in Buxton built in 1861 by the Underground Railroad slaves. It was subsequently restored in 2002. The old schoolhouse is part of the Buxton National Historic Site and Museum.
Buxton, North Buxton, Ontario, school house
Plan of the Elgin settlement in the township of Raleigh.
County of Kent, Elgin Settlement, Township of Raleigh
With an introductory account of the work by the author.
The moving abolitionist novel that fueled the fire of the human rights debate in 1852 and melodramatically condemned the institution of slavery through such powerfully realized characters as…
British Methodist Episcopal Church
Canada West, Vancouver Island, West Indies
[From the title page]
Also an outline from Dr. Bill's Baptist History, of the Organization of a church at Shelburne, by David George, A slave, born in Virginia about 1742, came to Nova Scotia in 1790, as is contained in Ripon's Register, Vol 1.…
Coloured Baptists of Nova Scotia, P.E. MacKerrow
With an introduction by Albert Bushnell Hart, professor of History in Harvard University.
Canada, fugitive slaves, Josiah Henson, plantation life, Uncle Tom, Underground Railroad
Canada, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Josiah Henson, Uncle Tom, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Underground Railroad