This section provides a list of ‘Internet Resources’, i.e. website names and addresses (URLs) specific to the Underground Railroad movement, used as sources for this website.
|Internet Resources (in alphabetical name order)|
|Name and Description||Website Address|
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Cincinnati, Ohio
The Center is based on the history of the Underground Railroad. One of a new group of “museums of conscience,” along with the Museum of Tolerance, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the National Civil Rights Museum. The Center offers insight into the struggle for freedom in the past, in the present, and for the future, as it attempts to challenge visitors to contemplate the meaning of freedom in their own lives. Its location recognizes the significant role of Cincinnati in the history of the Underground Railroad.
Kennett Underground Railroad Center Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
The center documents over two dozen underground railroad sites or “stations” within an eight-mile radius of Kennett Square (in southern Chester County, Pennsylvania), possibly the largest concentration of underground railroad stations in the US.
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