The Underground Railroad in Connecticut

Dublin Core

Date

1962

Publisher

Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Conn.

Description

262 pages, illustrations

Identifier

E450 .S93 1962

Table Of Contents

Preface-Introduction-1. Blazing the Trail-2. Thorny is the pathway-3. Fugitives in flight-4. The captives of the Amistad-5. A house divided-6. "This pretended law we cannot obey"-7. New Haven, gateway from the sea -8. West Connecticut Trunk lines-9. East Connecticut locals-10. Valley line to Hartford-11. Middletown, a way station-12. Farmington, the Grand Central station-13. The road in full swing-Appendices-1. Narrative of Mr. Nehemiah Caulkins of Waterford, Connecticut-2. Underground Railroad agents in Connecticut-3. Slaves and free negroes in Connecticut, 1639-1860-4. Antislavery societies in Connecticut, 1837-5. Salves in Connecticut, 1830-Notes-Bibliography-Index.

Date Created

1962

Collection

Citation

Strother, Horatio T., “The Underground Railroad in Connecticut,” Cornwall Historical Society, accessed December 10, 2018, http://www.cornwallhistoricalsociety.org/omeka/items/show/6.