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Underground Railroad Museum Preserves History

June 23, 2013

FLUSHING — In the 21st century, it’s difficult to imagine being held against your will thousands of miles from your home, forced to labor for others’ benefi....

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Jun-23-13 4:01 PM

While not as common as further south, slavery was a fact of life in what is now West Virginia, including the northern panhandle.

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Jun-23-13 11:36 AM

John does good work. But he must understand that understanding works both ways.

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