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Cincinnati's Underground Railroad

Event Type: Local History
Date: 6/9/2014
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
Description:
 A special cadre of individuals became very active in the quest for freedom undertaken by African American fugitives on their journeys to the North. Thanks to spearheading by this group of Cincinnatian trailblazers, the Queen City became a primary destination on the Underground Railroad, the first multiethnic, multiracial, multiclass human-rights movement in the history of the United States. Copies of Cincinnati's Underground Railroad and Northern Kentucky (From the Black America series)will be available for purchase. Book signing after the event.
Library: Main Library    Map to Main Library
Location: Meeting Room A
Contact: Bridget Striker
Contact Number: 859-342-2665 x8131
Presenter: Dr. Eric Jackson, NKU