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About the Underground Railroad
What was the Underground Railroad?
Why was it called that?
Why did we have an Underground Railroad in the United States?
What is slavery?
What is slavery?
Have other countries ever had slavery?
Did all slaves in the United States come from Africa?
Were all Africans slaves?
Did all slaves live on plantations?
Could any slaves read and write?
When did slavery end in Maryland?
If slavery was so horrible, why did it ever take place?
What about the Declaration of Independence?
Were there a great many slaves in Maryland?
What about free blacks? How many people of African descent in Maryland were free?
Were many children slaves?
Did slaves live in all parts of Maryland?
Why did slaves run away?
What kind of people worked with the Underground Railroad?
What kinds of things did Underground Railroad volunteers do?
Where did the Underground Railroad go?
What routes did the Underground Railroad follow through Maryland?
How could slaves travel on trains or ships without being discovered?
Did slaves ever wear disguises?
What happened if a slave was caught while he or she was trying to escape?
Do we know where all the Underground Railroad routes and stations were?
If it was such a secret, how do we know about it today?
Can I ride on the Underground Railroad today?
Following the Footsteps
Eyewitness to History
Figure It Out
Secrets: Language, Signs & Symbols
Follow the Drinking Gourd
Can you figure out the codes?
Finding the North Star
Songs signaled many things
The Secrets of Quilts
Other secrets were hidden in the actual fabric
Language of the Railroad
Spotlight On...Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman's Birthplace
Can I travel the Railroad today?
Underground Railroad Library
Primary Source Documents
Whispers from the Past: Stage 1
Building a Memorial to the Underground Railroad: Stage 1
Books for Children Ages 4-8
Books for Children Ages 9-12
Young Adult Books
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