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A Gateway to Freedom
Antebellum and Civil War periods brought more fugitives.
New Albany Daily Ledger, December 18, 1862.
Emma Lou Thornbrough, The Negro in Indiana (Indianapolis, 1957), 184-87.
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.