Aboard the Underground Railroad-- Rush R. Sloane House The Lyman and Asenath Whipple Hoyt House was an active station on the Underground Railroad in Lancaster, Indiana. It was built in limestone about 1850 in Greek Revival style
More Historical Adventures: Underground Railroad Part Two
The Finger Lakes Region holds a historical connection to the Underground Railroad. Visit the homes of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass.
Udney Hyde home, a station on the Underground Railroad on School Street in Mechanicsburg, Champaign County, Ohio.
Monroe House Jonesville Michigan and the Underground Railroad
The Bierbower House, now an underground railroad museum in Maysville, Kentucky. It is open on Wed,Fri, & Sat. from 10-3. The house is on a hillside overlooking the city. In the mid 1800s, that hillside had become home to a community of free blacks. Johnathan Bierbower, the first owner, may have been poisoned in 1858 for sheltering runaways in this building
One of nine historic Underground Railroad sites in the Jacksonville, IL area.
Richard Eels House, Quincy, Illinois (used in underground railroad)