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Indiana Historical Bureau

A Gateway to Freedom--Footnote 2 A Gateway to Freedom--Footnote 2

A Gateway to Freedom
Historical Marker
(22.2004.1)

Footnote 2

Antebellum and Civil War periods brought more fugitives.

New Albany Daily Ledger, December 18, 1862.

New Albany Daily Ledger, December 18, 1862.

Emma Lou Thornbrough, The Negro in Indiana (Indianapolis, 1957), 184-87.

Emma Lou Thornbrough, The Negro in Indiana (Indianapolis, 1957), 184-87.

Emma Lou Thornbrough, The Negro in Indiana (Indianapolis, 1957), 184-87.

J. Blaine Hudson, Fugitive Slaves and the Underground Railroad

J. Blaine Hudson, Fugitive Slaves and the Underground Railroad

J. Blaine Hudson, Fugitive Slaves and the Underground Railroad
in the Kentucky Borderland
(Jefferson, N.C., 2002), 50-51.

Pamela R. Peters, The Underground Railroad in Floyd County (Jefferson, N.C., 2001), 22-23.

Pamela R. Peters, The Underground Railroad in Floyd County (Jefferson, N.C., 2001), 22-23.

Pamela R. Peters, The Underground Railroad in Floyd County (Jefferson, N.C., 2001), 22-23.