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Indiana Historical Bureau

IHB > For Educators > All Resources for Educators > Resources > Underground Railroad > "Bury Me in a Free Land: The Abolitionist Movement in Indiana", by Gwen Crenshaw > Other Underground Railroad links Other Underground Railroad links

  • AfriGeneas online history, researching African: AfriGeneas Database online history covers ten year, and provides genealogy resources for researching African
  • Conner Prairie Become a fugitive slave on the Underground Railroad. Will you find safety and freedom? Will you be captured by the slave hunters? Every moment is filled with uncertainty
  • Friends of Freedom Society: Web site for the Friends of Freedom Society and Ohio Underground Railroad Association. Cathy Nelson, President.
  • Lancaster County, the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country: The story of the people, timelines, places, and events in their Underground Railroad history.
  • Indiana Department of Natural Resources: Home-page for the Indiana DNR. There is information on Indiana Freedom Trails and regional coordinator contacts listed on the Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology Web site.
  • National Geographic.com explores the UGRR
  • Milton House National Historic Landmark: Historic Underground Railroad house museum in Wisconsin that is organizing the research and preservation of the Underground Railroad in Wisconsin.
  • National Park Service: Park Net link related to African American history (not only Underground Railroad).
  • National Underground Railroad Freedom Center: Website for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum in Cincinnati, OH.
  • The History Channel: Web site for the History Channel's exhibit on the Underground Railroad.
  • Harriet Tubman & the Underground Railroad. Pocantico Hills School.

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Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Division of Historic Archaeology and Preservation
402 W. Washington Street
Room W274, IGCS
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739
317-232-1646