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STILL'S
UNDERGROUND RAIL ROAD RECORDS,

REVISED EDITION.
(Previously Published in 1879 with title: The Underground Railroad)
WITH A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR.
NARRATING
THE HARDSHIPS, HAIRBREADTH ESCAPES AND DEATH STRUGGLES
OF THE
SLAVES
IN THEIR EFFORTS FOR FREEDOM.
TOGETHER WITH
SKETCHES OF SOME OF THE EMINENT FRIENDS OF FREEDOM, AND
MOST LIBERAL AIDERS AND ADVISERS OF THE ROAD
BY
WILLIAM STILL,
For many years connected with the Anti-Slavery Office in Philadelphia, and Chairman of the Acting
Vigilant Committee of the Philadelphia Branch of the Underground Rail Road.

Illustrated with 70 Fine Engravings by Bensell, Schell and Others,
and Portraits from Photographs from Life.

Thou shalt not deliver unto his master the servant that has escaped from his master unto thee. - Deut. xxiii 16.

SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION.

PHILADELPHIA:
WILLIAM STILL, PUBLISHER
244 SOUTH TWELFTH STREET.
1886

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ILLUSTRATIONS.

THE AUTHOR FRONTISPIECE
PETER STILL - "THE KIDNAPPED AND THE RANSOMED" 37
CHARITY STILL TWICE ESCAPED FROM SLAVERY 37
DESPERATE CONFLICT IN A BARN 50
DEATH OF ROMULUS HALL 53
RESURRECTION OF HENRY BOX BROWN 83
RESCUE OF JANE JOHNSON AND HER CHILDREN 88
PASSMORE WILLIAMSON 95
JANE JOHNSON 95
ESCAPING FROM PORTSMOUTH, VA 98
TWENTY-EIGHT FUGITIVE ESCAPING FROM EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND 102
ESCAPING FROM ALABAMA ON TOP OF A CAR 107
CROSSING THE RIVER ON HORSEBACK IN THE NIGHT 121
A BOLD STROKE FOR FREEDOM - CONTEST WITH FIRE-ARMS 125
ABRAM GALLOWAY 150
THE MAYOR AND POLICE OF NORFOLK SEARCHING CAPTAIN FOUNTAIN'S SCHOONER 167
MARIA WEEMS ESCAPING AS JO WRIGHT 183
JOHN HENRY HILL 191
DRY-GOODS MERCHANT SEARCHING THE CARS 215
ESCAPE WITH A LADY, AS HER COACHMAN, WITH MASTER'S HORSE AND CARRIAGE 216
SIX ON TWO HORSES 220
UP A TREE 237
SAMUEL GREEN SENTENCED TO THE PENITENTIARY FOR TEN YEARS FOR HAVING A COPY OF "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" IN HIS HOUSE 250
LEAR GREEN ESCAPING IN A CHEST 283
ESCAPE OF ELEVEN PASSENGERS FROM MARYLAND IN TWO CARRIAGES 302
THE CHRISTIANA TRAGEDY 351
WILLIAM AND ELLEN CRAFT 368
MEMBERS OF THE ACTING COMMITTEE:  
     N. W. DEPEE 400
     JACOB C. WHITE 400
     CHARLES WISE 400
    EDWIN H. COATES 400
KNIFING HIS VICTIM 423
LIVING IN A HOLLOW TREE 424
     "  IN A CAVE 425
A NARROW ESCAPE 453
SUSPENDED BY THE HANDS WITH BLOCK AND TACKLE 470
CROSSING THE BAY 482
BREAKING HIM IN 495
MOTHER ESCAPING WITH SEVEN CHILDREN 512
FIGHT IN CHESAPEAKE BAY 528
JOHN W. DUNGEE 542
MARY MILBURN (SECRETED IN A BOX) 558
HEAVY WEIGHTS - ARRIVAL OF A PARTY AT LEAGUE ISLAND 560
DANIEL GIBBONS 642
LUCRETIA MOTT 649
JAMES MILLER McKIM 654
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON 665

SKETCHES AND PORTRAITS OF STATION-MASTERS, PROMINENT ANTI-SLAVERY MEN, AND SUPPORTERS OF THE U. G. R. R.

     ABIGAIL GOODWIN 622
     THOMAS GARRETT 622
     DANIEL GIBBONS 622
     LUCRETIA MOTT 622
     J. MILLER M'KIM 658a
     WILLIAM H. FURNESS 658a
     WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON 658a
     LEWIS TAPPAN 658a
     ELIJAH F. PENNYPACKER 688
     WILLIAM WRIGHT 688
     DR. BARTHOLOMEW FUSSELL 688
     ROBERT PURVIS 688
     JOHN HUNN 720
     SAMUEL RHOADS 720
     WILLIAM WHIPPER 720
     SAMUEL D. BURRIS 720
     CHARLES D. CLEVELAND 724
     GRACE ANNE LEWIS 748
     MRS. FRANCES E. W. HARPER 748
     JOHN NEEDLES 748
   
LIFE OF THE AUTHOR - STARTED - NOT FINISHED 1
SETH CONKLIN 23
UNDERGROUND RAILROAD LETTERS.
From Thomas Garrett - G. A. Lewis - E. L. Stevens - Sydney Howard Gay - John Henry Hill - J. Bigelow - Ham and Eggs - Rev. H. Wilson - Sheridan Ford - E. F. Pennypacker - J. C. Bustill - Slave secreted in Richmond - G. S. Nelson - John Thompson - Wm. Penn.
39
WILLIAM BOX PEEL JONES
Came boxed up via Erricson line of Steamers
46
WESLEY HARRIS ALIAS ROBERT JACKSON, CRAVEN MATTERSON AND TWO BROTHERS 48
UNDERGROUND RAIL ROAD RECORD 48
CLARISSA DAVIS
Arrived in Male Attire
60
ANTHONY BLOW ALIAS HENRY LEVISON
Secreted Ten Months - Eight days on the Steamship City of Richmond bound for Philadelphia
61
PERRY JOHNSON OF ELKTON, MARYLAND
Eye knocked out
64
ISAAC FORMAN, WILLIAM DAVIS AND WILLIS REDICK.
Hearts full of joy for Freedom - Very anxious for Wives in Slavery
64
JOHN HENRY CAMP
Sold, the day he escaped, for Fourteen Hundred Dollars - Slave Trader loses his Bargain
66
SHERIDAN FORD
Secreted in the Woods - Escapes in a Steamer
67
JOSEPH KNEELAND ALIAS JOSEPH HULSON
Young Master had a "Malignant Spirit"
68
EX-PRESIDENT TYLER'S HOUSEHOLD LOSES AN ARISTOCRATIC ARTICLE 69
EDWARD MORGAN, HENRY JOHNSON, JAMES AND STEPHEN BUTLER
"Two Thousand Dollars Reward" offered
70
HENRY PREDO
Daniel Hughes, Thomas Elliott, and five others betrayed into Dover Jail
72
MARY EPPS ALIAS EMMA BROWN, JOSEPH AND ROBERT ROBINSON
A Slave Mother Loses her Speech at the Sale of her Child ... Bob Escapes from his Master, A Trader, with Fifteen Hundred Dollars in North Carolina Money
74
GEORGE SOLOMON, DANIEL NEALL, BENJAMIN R. FLETCHER AND MARIA DORSEY 79
HENRY BOX BROWN
Arrived by Adams Express
81
TRIAL OF THE EMANCIPATORS OF COL. J. H. WHEELER'S SLAVES, JANE JOHNSON AND HER TWO LITTLE BOYS. 85
THE ARRIVALS OF A SINGLE MONTH
Sixty Passengers came in one Month - Twenty-eight in one Arrival - Great Panic and Indignation Meeting - Interesting Correspondence from Masters and Fugitives
97
A SLAVE GIRL'S NARRATIVE
Cordelia Loney, Slave of Mrs. Joseph Caheill, (widow of the late Hon, Joseph Caheill of Virginia) - Cordelia's Escape from her Mistress in Philadelphia
112
ARRIVAL OF JACKSON, ISAAC AND EDMONDSON TURNER FROM PETERSBURG:
     Touching Scene on Meeting their Old Blind Father at the U. G. R. R. Depot
117
ROBERT BROWN ALIAS THOMAS JONES
Crossing the River on Horseback in the Night
121
ANTHONY LONEY ALIAS WILLIAM ARMSTEAD AND CORNELIUS SCOTT 122
SAMUEL WILLIAMS ALIAS JOHN WILLIAMS 123
BARNABY GRIGBY ALIAS JOHN BOYER AND MARY ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE, FRANK WANZER ALIAS ROBERT SCOTT, EMILY FOSTER ALIAS ANN WOOD 124
WILLIAM JORDAN ALIAS WILLIAM PRICE 129
JOSEPH GRANT AND JOHN SPEAKS
Two Passengers via Liverpool
132
WILLIAM N. TAYLOR
"One Hundred Dollars Reward"
134
LOUISA BROWN, JACOB WATERS, AND ALFRED GOULDEN 135
ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE
Jefferson Pipkins alias David Jones, Louisa Pipkins, Elizabeth Brit, Harriet Brown, alias Jane Wooton, Gracy Murry alias Sophia Sims, Edward Williams alias Henry Johnson, Charles Lee alias Thomas Bushier
136
SEVERAL ARRIVALS FROM DIFFERENT PLACES.
Henry Anderson, Charles and Margaret Congo, Chaskey Brown, William Henry Washington, James Alfred Frisley, Charles Henry Salter, Stephen Taylor, Charles Brown, Charles H. Hollis, Luther Dorsey
137
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND
Jeremiah W. Smith and wife Julia
141
EIGHT ARRIVALS
James Massey, Perry Henry Trusty, George Rhoads, James Rhoads, George Washington, Sarah Elizabeth Rhoads, and Child, Mary Elizabeth Stevenson
143
CHARLES THOMPSON,
Carrier of "The National American"
146
BLOOD FLOWED FREELY
Abram Galloway and Richard Eden - Secreted in a Vessel Loaded with Spirits of Turpentine - Shrouds Prepared to Prevent being Smoked to Death - Abram a Soldier under Father Abraham - Senator of North Carolina
150
JOHN PETTIFOOT
"One Hundred Dollars Reward" Offered - McHenry and McCulloch Anxious About John
153
EMANUEL T. WHITE
"Would rather Fight than Eat"
154
THE ESCAPE OF A CHILD FOURTEEN MONTHS OLD
Letter from "J. B." - Letters from E. L. Stevens - Great Anxiety and Care
155
ESCAPE OF A YOUNG SLAVE MOTHER
Baby, Little Girl and Husband left Behind - Three Hundred Dollars Reward Offered
157
SAMUEL W. JOHNSON
Arrival from the Richmond Daily Dispatch Office - "Uncle Tom's Cabin" turned Sam's Brain - Affecting Letters
158
FAMILY FROM BALTIMORE
Stephen Amos alias Henry Johnson, Harriet alias Mary Jane Johnson, and their four children, Ann Rebecca, William H., Elizabeth and Mary Ellen
160
ELIJAH HILTON
From Richmond - "Five Hundred Dollars Reward" offered by R. J. Christian - Grateful letter from Canada
161
SOLOMON BROWN
Arrived per City of Richmond - Letter from Canada containing expressions of Gratitude.
163
WILLIAM HOGG ALIAS JOHN SMITH
Traveler from Maryland - William was much troubled about his Wife left behind - Letter from Canada
164
TWO FEMALE PASSENGERS FROM MARYLAND
Ann Johnson and Lavina Woolfely Sold - Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire
164
CAPTAIN F. AND THE MAYOR OF NORFOLK
Twenty-one Passengers secreted in Captain Fountain's Boat - Mayor and Posse of Officers on the Boat searching for U. G. R. R. Passengers
165
ARRIVALS FROM DIFFERENT PLACES
Matilda Mahoney - Dr. J. W. Pennington's Brother and Sons - Great Adventure to deliver a Lover
172
FLEEING GIRL OF FIFTEEN IN MALE ATTIRE
Ann Maria Weems alias Joe Wright - Great Triumph - Arrival on Thanksgiving Day - Interesting letters from J. Bigelow
177
FROM VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND DELAWARE
Archer Barlow, alias Emet Robins - Samuel Bush alias William Oblebee - John Spencer and his son William, and James Albert - Robert Fisher - NATHAN HARRIS - Hansel Waples - Rosanna Tonnell, alias Maria Hyde - Mary Ennis alias Lucia Hemmit and two Children - Lydia and Louisa Caroline
203
SAM, ISAAC, PERRY, CHARLES AND GREEN
"One Thousand Dollars Reward"
208
FROM RICHMOND AND NORFOLK, VA.
William B. White, Susan Brooks, and Wm. Henry Atkinson
211
FOUR ARRIVALS
Charlotte and Harriet escape in deep Mourning - White Lady and Child with a Colored Coachman - Three likely Young Men from Baltimore - Four large and two Small Hams - U. G. R. R. Passengers Travelling with their Master's Horses and Carriage - Six Passengers on two Horses, etc.
214
FROM VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, DELAWARE, NORTH CAROLINA, WASHINGTON, D. C. AND SOUTH CAROLINA 223
CHARLES GILBERT
Fleeing from Davis, a Negro Trader - Secreted under a Hotel - Up a Tree - Under a Floor - In a Thicket - On a Steamer
235
LIBERTY OR DEATH
Jim Bowlegs alias Bill Paul
240
SALT-WATER FUGITIVE 242
SAMUEL GREEN ALIAS WESLEY KINNARD
Ten Years in the Penitentiary for having a Copy of Uncle Tom's Cabin in his House
246
AN IRISH GIRL'S DEVOTION FROM FREEDOM
In Love with a Slave - Gets him off to Canada - Follows him - Marriage &c.
250
"SAM" NIXON ALIAS DR. THOMAS BAYNE
The Escape of a Dentist on the U. G. R. R., &c.
254
SUNDRY ARRIVALS.
From Loudoun County, Va., Norfolk, Baltimore, Md., Petersburg, Va. &c.
259
HEAVY REWARD
"Two Thousand Six Hundred Dollars Reward" Offered
272
SLAVE-TRADER HALL IS FOILED
Robert McCoy alias William Donar, and Elizabeth Sanders, arrived per steamer
274
THE PROTECTION OF SLAVE PROPERTY IN VIRGINIA.
A Bill providing additional Protection for the Slave Property of Citizens of this Commonwealth
277
ESCAPING IN A CHEST
"One Hundred and fifty Dollars Reward" - Lear Green
281
ISAAC WILLIAMS, HENRY BANKS AND KIT NICKLESS 284
ARRIVAL OF FIVE FROM THE EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND
Cyrus Mitchell alias John Steel, Joshua Handy alias Hambleton Hamby, Charles Dutton alias William Robinson, Ephraim Hudson alias John Spry, Francis Molock
286
SUNDRY ARRIVALS ABOUT AUGUST 1ST, 1855
Francis Hilliard and Others
287
DEEP FURROWS ON THE BACK
Thomas Madden
294
PETER MATHEWS ALIAS SAMUEL SPARROWS
"I might as well be in the Penitentiary as in Slavery."
295
"MOSES" ARRIVES WITH SIX PASSENGERS 296
ESCAPED FROM "A WORTHLESS SOT."
John Atkinson
299
WILLIAM BUTCHER ALIAS Wm. T. MITCHELL
"He was abuseful"
300
"WHITE ENOUGH TO PASS" 301
ESCAPING WITH MASTER'S CARRIAGES AND HORSES
Harriet Shephard, and her five Children with five other Passengers
302
EIGHT AND A HALF MONTHS SECRETED
Washington Somlor alias James Moore
304
ARTHUR FOWLER ALIAS BENJAMIN JOHNSON 305
SUNDRY ARRIVALS
About the 1st of June, 1855 - Emory Roberts and others
305
SUNDRY ARRIVALS ABOUT JANUARY 1ST, 1855
Verenea Mercer and others
309
SLAVE-HOLDER IN MARYLAND WITH THREE COLORED WIVES.
James Griffin alias Tomas Brown
314
CAPTAIN F. ARRIVES WITH NINE PASSENGERS
Names of Passengers
- partially finished
316
OWEN AND OTHO TAYLOR'S FLIGHT WITH HORSES, &c. 320
HEAVY REWARD.
Three Hundred Dollars Reward - "Tom" gone
324
CAPT. F. ARRIVES WITH FOURTEEN "PRIME ARTICLES" ON BOARD - PARTIAL 325
SUNDRY ARRIVALS, LATTER PART OF DECEMBER, 1855, AND BEGINNING OF JANUARY, 1856.
JOSEPH CORNISH,
Dorchester Co., Md.; LEWIS FRANCIS, alias LEWIS JOHNSON, Harford Co., Md.; ALEXANDER MUNSON, Chestertown, Md.; SAMUEL, and ANN SCOTT, Cecil Cross-Roads, Md.; WM. HENRY LAMINSON, Del.;  ISAAC STOUT, alias GEORGE WASHINGTON, CAROLINE GRAVES, Md.; HENRY and ELIZA WASHINGTON, Alexandria, Va.; HENRY CHAMBERS, JOHN CHAMERS, SAMUEL FALL and THOMAS ANDERSON, Md. 
334
PART OF THE ARRIVALS IN DECEMBER, 1855
Thomas J. Gooseberry and others
339
THE FUGITIVE SLAVE BILL OF 1850
"An Act Respecting Fugitives from Justice, and Persons Escaping form the Services of their Masters."
343
THE SLAVE HUNTING TRAGEDY IN LANCASTER COUNTY, IN SEPTEMBER, 1851.
"Treason at Christiana"
348
WILLIAM AND ELLEN CRAFT
Female Slave in Male Attire, fleeing as a Planter, with her Husband as her Body Servant
368
ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND
Lewis Cobb and Nancy Brister
377
PASSENGERS FROM NORTH CAROLINA [BY SCHOOLER.]
Major Latham, William Wilson, Henry Goram, Wiley Madison, and Andrew Shepherd.
379
THOMAS CLINTON, SAUNEY PRY AND BENJAMIN DUCKET.
Passed over the U. G. R. R. in the Fall of 1856
382
ARRIVALS IN APRIL, 1856
Charles Hall and others
383
FIVE FROM GEORGETOWN CROSS-ROADS
Mother and Child from Norfolk, Va., &c.
386
PASSENGERS FROM MARYLAND
William Henry MOODY, RELINDA BIVANS, &c.
388
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 390
ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, D. C., &c. 1857
George Carroll, Randolph Branson, John Clagart and William Royan
391
ARRIVAL FROM UNIONVILLE, 1857
Israel Todd and Bazil Aldridge
392
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1857
Ordee Lee and Richard J. Booce
393
ARRIVAL FROM CAMBRIDGE, 1857.
Silas Long and Solomon Light - "The Mother of Twelve Children" - Old Jane Davis
394
BENJAMIN ROSS AND HIS WIFE HARRIET
Fled from Caroline County, Eastern Shore of Maryland, June, 1857
395
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1857 396
ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1857 397
ARRIVAL FROM ALEXANDRIA, IN 1857 399
ARRIVAL FROM UNIONVILLE, 1857 401
ARRIVAL FROM NEW ORLEANS, 1857 403
ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, D. C. 406
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1857 408
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 409
ARRIVAL FROM GEORGETOWN CROSS-ROADS AND ALEXANDRIA 410
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 411
ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK, VA. 412
ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, D. C. 413
FOUR ABLE BODIED "ARTICLES" IN ONE ARRIVAL, 1857 414
ARRIVAL FROM ARLINGTON, MD., 1857 416
FIVE PASSENGERS, 1847 418
ARRIVAL FROM HOWARD COUNTY, MD. 1857 419
ARRIVAL FROM PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MD. 420
ARRIVAL FROM RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY, 1857 421
ARRIVAL FROM NORTH CAROLINA, 1857 422
ALFRED HOLLON, GEORGE AND CHARLES N. RODGERS 427
ARRIVAL FROM KENT COUNTY, 1857 429
ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE COUNTY, 1857 429
MARY COOPER AND MOSES ARMSTEAD, 1857 430
ARRIVAL FROM NEAR WASHINGTON, D. C. 430
HON. L. McLANE'S PROPERTY, SOON AFTER HIS DEATH, TRAVELS VIA THE UNDERGROUND RAIL ROAD - WILLIAM KNIGHT, ESQ. LOSES A SUPERIOR "ARTICLE." 431
ARRIVAL FROM HARFORD COUNTY, 1857 434
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1857 434
ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK, VA., 1857 435
ARRIVAL FROM HOOPERVILLE, MD., 1857 437
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1857 439
ARRIVAL FROM QUEEN ANN COUNTY, 1858 440
ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE DUNWOODY COUNTY, 1858 441
ARRIVAL FROM ALEXANDRIA, VA., 1857 442
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1858 443
ARRIVAL FROM PETERSBURG, 1858 444
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 444
ARRIVAL OF A PARTY OF SIX, 1858 445
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1858 449
ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE, 1858 450
ARRIVAL FROM HIGHTSTOWN, 1858 451
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1858 452
ARRIVAL FROM BELLAIR 454
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1858 455
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1858 459
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1858 461
ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK, VA. 1858 462
ARRIVAL FROM NEAR BALTIMORE, 1858 462
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1858 463
ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, 1858 463
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1858 464
ARRIVAL FROM THE OLD DOMINION 465
ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1858 470
ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1858 471
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1858 472
ARRIVAL FROM NORTH CAROLINA AND DELAWARE 473
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 474
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 476
ARRIVAL FROM THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1858 477
ARRIVAL FROM HONEY BROOK TOWNSHIP, 1858 478
ARRIVAL FROM ALEXANDRIA, VA., 1858 478
ARRIVAL FROM THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT 480
CROSSING THE BAY IN A SKIFF 481
ARRIVAL FROM KENT COUNTY, MD., 1858 485
ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, 1858 486
ARRIVAL FROM CECIL COUNTY, 1858 486
ARRIVAL FROM GEORGETOWN, D. C. 1858 487
ARRIVAL FROM SUSSEX COUNTY, 1858 488
SUNDRY ARRIVALS IN 1859 491
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859 493
ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1858 495
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859 497
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1859 499
SUNDRY ARRIVALS, 1859 500
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1859 502
ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1859 502
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1859 503
SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND, 1859 504
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859 506
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 507
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, VIRGINIA, AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 508
SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA 509
ARRIVAL FROM SEAFORD, MD., 1859 511
ARRIVAL FROM TAPS NECK, MD., 1859 511
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1859 512
SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND DELAWARE 514
ARRIVAL FROM DIFFERENT POINTS 516
SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND, 1860 519
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1860 521
ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE, 1860 523
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 524
ARRIVAL FROM FREDERICKSBURG, 1860 525
SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND, 1860 526
CROSSING THE BAY IN A BATTEAU 528
ARRIVAL FROM DORCHESTER COUNTY, 1860 530
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1860 532
TWELVE MONTHS IN THE WOODS, 1860 532
ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND 533
A SLAVE CATCHER CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP 534
TO WHOM IT MIGHT CONCERN 535
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1858 536
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859 539
ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND 541
"AUNT HANNAH MOORE." 547
KIDNAPPING OF RACHEL AND ELIZABETH PARKER - MURDER OF JOSEPH C. MILLER, IN 1851 AND 1852 551
ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1854 555
ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK 558
ARRIVAL OF FIFTEEN FROM NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 559
THE CASE OF EUPHEMIA WILLIAMS 566
HELPERS AND SYMPATHIZERS AT HOME AND ABROAD - INTERESTING LETTERS 584
PAMPHLET AND LETTERS 584
LETTERS TO THE WRITER 603
WOMAN ESCAPING IN A BOX, 1857 608
ORGANIZATION OF THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE 610
PORTRAITS AND SKETCHES 613
ESTHER MOORE - FINISHED 2/26/2016 613
ABIGAIL GOODWIN - NOT STARTED 617
THOMAS GARRETT - PARTIALLY FINISHED - 2/26/2016 623
DANIEL GIBBONS 642
LUCRETIA MOTT 649
JAMES MILLER McKIM 654
   
   
   
   
WILLIAM H. FURNESS, D. D. 659
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON 665
LEWIS TAPPAN 680
ELIJAH F. PENNYPACKER 688
WILLIAM WRIGHT 691
DR. BARTHOLOMEW FUSSELL 695
THOMAS SHIPLEY 698
ROBERT PURVIS 711
JOHN HUNN 712
SAMUEL RHOADS 719
GEORGE CORSON 721
CHARLES D. CLEVELAND 723
WILLIAM WHIPPER 735
ISAAC T. HOPPER 740
SAMUEL D. BURRIS 746
MARIANN, GRACE ANNA, AND ELIZABETH R. LEWIS 748
CUNNINGHAM'S RACHE 753
FRANCES ELLEN WATKINS HARPER 755
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