The Resource The underground railroad, William Still

The underground railroad, William Still

Label
The underground railroad
Title
The underground railroad
Statement of responsibility
William Still
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OCLCE
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1821-1902
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Still, William
Dewey number
973.71/15
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
E450
LC item number
.S85 1968
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Underground Railroad
  • Fugitive slaves
  • Fugitive slaves
  • Antislavery movements
  • Abolitionists
Label
The underground railroad, William Still
Link
http://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=285&titleID=1348646
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Seth Conklin -- Underground railroad letters -- William Box Peel Jones -- Wesley Harris and Robert Jackson, Craven Matterson and two brothers -- Clarissa Davis -- Anthony Blow alias Henry Levison -- Perry Johnson, of Elkton, Maryland -- Isaac Forman, William Davis and Willis Redick -- Joseph Henry Camp -- Sheridan Ford -- Joseph Kneeland alias Joseph Hulson -- Ex-President Tyler's household loses an aristocratic article -- Edward Morgan, Henry Johnson, James and Stephen Butler -- Henry Predo -- Mary Epps alias Emma Brown, Joseph and Robert Robinson -- George Solomon, Daniel Neall, Benjamin R. Fletcher and Maria Dorsey -- Henry Box Brown -- Trial of the emancipators of Col. J.H. Wheeler's slaves, Jane Johnson and her two little boys -- The arrivals of a single month -- A slave girl's narrative -- Arrival of Jackson, Isaac and Edmondson Turner from Petersburg -- Robert Brown alias Thomas Jones -- Anthony Loney alias William Armstead and Cornelius Scott -- Samuel Williams alias John Williams -- Barnaby Grigby alias John Boyer, and Mary Elizabeth his wife, Frank Wanzer alias Robert Scott, Emily Foster alias Ann Wood -- William Jordan alias William Price -- Joseph Grant and John Speaks -- William N. Taylor -- Louisa Brown, Jacob Waters, and Alfred Goulden -- Arrival from Baltimore -- Several arrivals from different places -- Arrival from Richmond -- Eight arrivals--
  • Charles Thompson -- Blood flowed freely -- John Pettifoot -- Emanuel T. White -- The escape of a child fourteen months old -- Escape of a young slave mother -- Samuel W. Johnson -- Family from Baltimore -- Elijah Hilton -- Solomon Brown -- William Hogg alias John Smith -- Two female passengers from Maryland -- Captain F. and the Mayor of Norfolk -- Arrivals from different places -- Fleeing girl of fifteen in male attire -- Five years and one month secreted -- From Virginia, Maryland and Delaware -- Sam Isaac, Perry, Charles and Green -- From Richmond and Norfork, Va. -- Four arrivals -- From Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, North Carolina, Washington, D.C. and South Carolina -- Charles Gilbert -- Liberty of death -- Salt-water fugitive -- Samuel Green alias Wesley Kinnard -- An Irish girl's devotion to freedom -- "Sam" Nixon alias Dr. Thomas Bayne -- Sunday arrivals -- Heavy reward -- Slave-trader Hall is foiled -- The protection of slave property in Virginia -- Escaping in a chest -- Isaac Williams, Henry Banks and Kit Nickless -- Arrival of five from the Eastern Shore of Maryland -- Sundry arrivals about August 1st, 1855 -- Deep furrows on the back -- Peter Mathews alias Samuel Sparrows -- "Moses" arrived with six passengers -- Escaped from "a worthless sot" -- William Butcher alias Wm. T. Mitchell -- "White enough to pass" -- Escaping with master's carriages and horses -- Eight and a half months secreted -- Arthur Fowler alias Benjamin Johnson -- Sunday arrivals -- Sunday arrivals about January 1st, 1855
  • Slave-holder in Maryland with three colored wives -- Captain F. arrives with nine passengers -- Owen and Otho Taylor's flight with horses, &c. -- Heavy reward -- Capt. F. arrives with fourteen "prime articles" on board -- Sundry arrivals, latter part of December, 1855, and beginning of January, 1856 -- Part of the arrivals in December, 1855 -- The Fugitive Slave Bill of 1850 -- The slave hunting tragedy in Lancaster County, in September, 1851 -- William and Ellen Craft -- Arrivals from Richmond -- Passengers from North Carolina / [by Schooner] -- Thomas Clinton, Sauney Pry and Benjamin Ducket -- Arrivals in April, 1856 -- Five from Georgetown cross-roads -- Passengers from Maryland -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Washington, D.C., & C, 1857 -- Arrival from Unionville, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Cambridge, 1857 -- Benjamin Ross and his wife Harriet -- Arrival from Virginia, 1857 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1857 -- Arrival from Alexandria, in 1857 -- Arrival from Unionville, 1857 -- Arrival from New Orleans, 1857 -- Arrival from Washington, D.C. -- Arrival from Virginia, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va. -- Arrival from Washington, D.C. -- Four able bodied "articles" in one arrival, 1857 -- Arrival from Arlington, Md., 1857 -- Five passengers, 1847 -- Arrival from Howard County, Md., 1857 -- Arrival from Prince George's County, Md
  • Arrival from Rappahannock County, 1857 -- Arrival from North Carolina, 1857 -- Alfred Hollon, George and Charles N. Rodgers -- Arrival from Kent County, 1857 -- Arrival from Baltimore County, 1857 -- Mary Cooper and Moses Armstead, 1857 -- Arrival from near Washington, D.C. -- Hon. L. McLane's property, soon after his death, travels via the Underground Rail Road -- William Knight, Esq. loses a superior "article" -- Arrival from Harford County, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va., 1857 -- Arrival from Hooperville, Md., 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Queen Anne County, 1858 -- Arrival from Baltimore -- Arrived from Dunwoody County, 1858 -- Arrived from Alexandria, Va., 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from Petersburg, 1858 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival of a party of six, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Baltimore, 1858 -- Arrival from Hightstown, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Bellair -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va., 1858 -- Arrival from near Baltimore, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Washington, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from the Old Dominion -- Arrival from Delaware, 1858 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from North Carolina and Delaware -- Arrival from Maryland
  • Arrival from the District of Columbia, 1858 -- Arrival from Honey Brook Township, 1858 -- Arrival from Alexandria, Va., 1858 -- Arrival from the seat of government -- Crossing the bay in a skiff -- Arrival from Kent County, Md., 1858 -- Arrival from Washington, 1858 -- Arrival from Cecil County, 1858 -- Arrival from Georgetown, D.C., 1858 -- Arrival from Sussex County, 1858 -- Sundry arrivals in 1859 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1859 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1859 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland and Virginia -- Arrival from Seaford, 1859 -- Arrival from Taps' Neck, Md., 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals from Virginia, Maryland and Delaware -- Arrival from different points -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1860 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1860 -- Arrival from near Baltimore, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Fredericksburg, 1860 -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1860 -- Crossing the bay in a batteau -- Arrival from Dorchester County, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1860 -- Twelve months in the woods, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland -- A slave catcher caught in his own trap -- To whom it might concern -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859
  • Arrival from Richmond -- "Aunt Hannah Moore" -- Kidnapping of Rachel and Elizabeth Parker -- murder of Joseph C. Miller, in 1851 and 1852 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1854 -- Arrival from Norfolk -- Arrival of fifteen from Norfolk, Virginia -- The case of Euphemia Williams -- Helpers and sympathizers at home and abroad -- interesting letters -- Pamphlets and letters -- Letters to the writer -- Woman escaping in a box, 1857 -- Organization of the Vigilance Committee -- Portraits and sketches -- Abigail Goodwin -- Thomas Garrett -- Daniel Gibbons -- Lucretia Mott -- James Miller McKim -- William H. Furness, D.D. -- William Lloyd Garrison -- Lewis Tappan -- Elijah F. Pennypacker -- William Wright -- Dr. Bartholomew Fussell -- Thomas Shipley -- Robert Purvis -- John Hunn -- Samuel Rhoads -- George Corson -- Charles D. Cleveland -- William Whipper -- Isaac T. Hopper -- Samuel D. Burris -- Mariann, Grace Anna, and Elizabeth R. Lewis -- Cunningham's Rache -- Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Control code
ocn654535249
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (780 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780486131221
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
F9ABB77B-CB12-41EA-A735-0407A53A9E4C
System control number
(OCoLC)654535249
Label
The underground railroad, William Still
Link
http://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=285&titleID=1348646
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Seth Conklin -- Underground railroad letters -- William Box Peel Jones -- Wesley Harris and Robert Jackson, Craven Matterson and two brothers -- Clarissa Davis -- Anthony Blow alias Henry Levison -- Perry Johnson, of Elkton, Maryland -- Isaac Forman, William Davis and Willis Redick -- Joseph Henry Camp -- Sheridan Ford -- Joseph Kneeland alias Joseph Hulson -- Ex-President Tyler's household loses an aristocratic article -- Edward Morgan, Henry Johnson, James and Stephen Butler -- Henry Predo -- Mary Epps alias Emma Brown, Joseph and Robert Robinson -- George Solomon, Daniel Neall, Benjamin R. Fletcher and Maria Dorsey -- Henry Box Brown -- Trial of the emancipators of Col. J.H. Wheeler's slaves, Jane Johnson and her two little boys -- The arrivals of a single month -- A slave girl's narrative -- Arrival of Jackson, Isaac and Edmondson Turner from Petersburg -- Robert Brown alias Thomas Jones -- Anthony Loney alias William Armstead and Cornelius Scott -- Samuel Williams alias John Williams -- Barnaby Grigby alias John Boyer, and Mary Elizabeth his wife, Frank Wanzer alias Robert Scott, Emily Foster alias Ann Wood -- William Jordan alias William Price -- Joseph Grant and John Speaks -- William N. Taylor -- Louisa Brown, Jacob Waters, and Alfred Goulden -- Arrival from Baltimore -- Several arrivals from different places -- Arrival from Richmond -- Eight arrivals--
  • Charles Thompson -- Blood flowed freely -- John Pettifoot -- Emanuel T. White -- The escape of a child fourteen months old -- Escape of a young slave mother -- Samuel W. Johnson -- Family from Baltimore -- Elijah Hilton -- Solomon Brown -- William Hogg alias John Smith -- Two female passengers from Maryland -- Captain F. and the Mayor of Norfolk -- Arrivals from different places -- Fleeing girl of fifteen in male attire -- Five years and one month secreted -- From Virginia, Maryland and Delaware -- Sam Isaac, Perry, Charles and Green -- From Richmond and Norfork, Va. -- Four arrivals -- From Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, North Carolina, Washington, D.C. and South Carolina -- Charles Gilbert -- Liberty of death -- Salt-water fugitive -- Samuel Green alias Wesley Kinnard -- An Irish girl's devotion to freedom -- "Sam" Nixon alias Dr. Thomas Bayne -- Sunday arrivals -- Heavy reward -- Slave-trader Hall is foiled -- The protection of slave property in Virginia -- Escaping in a chest -- Isaac Williams, Henry Banks and Kit Nickless -- Arrival of five from the Eastern Shore of Maryland -- Sundry arrivals about August 1st, 1855 -- Deep furrows on the back -- Peter Mathews alias Samuel Sparrows -- "Moses" arrived with six passengers -- Escaped from "a worthless sot" -- William Butcher alias Wm. T. Mitchell -- "White enough to pass" -- Escaping with master's carriages and horses -- Eight and a half months secreted -- Arthur Fowler alias Benjamin Johnson -- Sunday arrivals -- Sunday arrivals about January 1st, 1855
  • Slave-holder in Maryland with three colored wives -- Captain F. arrives with nine passengers -- Owen and Otho Taylor's flight with horses, &c. -- Heavy reward -- Capt. F. arrives with fourteen "prime articles" on board -- Sundry arrivals, latter part of December, 1855, and beginning of January, 1856 -- Part of the arrivals in December, 1855 -- The Fugitive Slave Bill of 1850 -- The slave hunting tragedy in Lancaster County, in September, 1851 -- William and Ellen Craft -- Arrivals from Richmond -- Passengers from North Carolina / [by Schooner] -- Thomas Clinton, Sauney Pry and Benjamin Ducket -- Arrivals in April, 1856 -- Five from Georgetown cross-roads -- Passengers from Maryland -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Washington, D.C., & C, 1857 -- Arrival from Unionville, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Cambridge, 1857 -- Benjamin Ross and his wife Harriet -- Arrival from Virginia, 1857 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1857 -- Arrival from Alexandria, in 1857 -- Arrival from Unionville, 1857 -- Arrival from New Orleans, 1857 -- Arrival from Washington, D.C. -- Arrival from Virginia, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va. -- Arrival from Washington, D.C. -- Four able bodied "articles" in one arrival, 1857 -- Arrival from Arlington, Md., 1857 -- Five passengers, 1847 -- Arrival from Howard County, Md., 1857 -- Arrival from Prince George's County, Md
  • Arrival from Rappahannock County, 1857 -- Arrival from North Carolina, 1857 -- Alfred Hollon, George and Charles N. Rodgers -- Arrival from Kent County, 1857 -- Arrival from Baltimore County, 1857 -- Mary Cooper and Moses Armstead, 1857 -- Arrival from near Washington, D.C. -- Hon. L. McLane's property, soon after his death, travels via the Underground Rail Road -- William Knight, Esq. loses a superior "article" -- Arrival from Harford County, 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va., 1857 -- Arrival from Hooperville, Md., 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1857 -- Arrival from Queen Anne County, 1858 -- Arrival from Baltimore -- Arrived from Dunwoody County, 1858 -- Arrived from Alexandria, Va., 1857 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from Petersburg, 1858 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival of a party of six, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Baltimore, 1858 -- Arrival from Hightstown, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Bellair -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Norfolk, Va., 1858 -- Arrival from near Baltimore, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from Washington, 1858 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1858 -- Arrival from the Old Dominion -- Arrival from Delaware, 1858 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1858 -- Arrival from North Carolina and Delaware -- Arrival from Maryland
  • Arrival from the District of Columbia, 1858 -- Arrival from Honey Brook Township, 1858 -- Arrival from Alexandria, Va., 1858 -- Arrival from the seat of government -- Crossing the bay in a skiff -- Arrival from Kent County, Md., 1858 -- Arrival from Washington, 1858 -- Arrival from Cecil County, 1858 -- Arrival from Georgetown, D.C., 1858 -- Arrival from Sussex County, 1858 -- Sundry arrivals in 1859 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Arrival from Delaware, 1859 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1859 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland and Virginia -- Arrival from Seaford, 1859 -- Arrival from Taps' Neck, Md., 1859 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1859 -- Sundry arrivals from Virginia, Maryland and Delaware -- Arrival from different points -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1860 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1860 -- Arrival from near Baltimore, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland -- Arrival from Fredericksburg, 1860 -- Sundry arrivals from Maryland, 1860 -- Crossing the bay in a batteau -- Arrival from Dorchester County, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland, 1860 -- Twelve months in the woods, 1860 -- Arrival from Maryland -- A slave catcher caught in his own trap -- To whom it might concern -- Arrival from Richmond, 1858 -- Arrival from Richmond, 1859
  • Arrival from Richmond -- "Aunt Hannah Moore" -- Kidnapping of Rachel and Elizabeth Parker -- murder of Joseph C. Miller, in 1851 and 1852 -- Arrival from Virginia, 1854 -- Arrival from Norfolk -- Arrival of fifteen from Norfolk, Virginia -- The case of Euphemia Williams -- Helpers and sympathizers at home and abroad -- interesting letters -- Pamphlets and letters -- Letters to the writer -- Woman escaping in a box, 1857 -- Organization of the Vigilance Committee -- Portraits and sketches -- Abigail Goodwin -- Thomas Garrett -- Daniel Gibbons -- Lucretia Mott -- James Miller McKim -- William H. Furness, D.D. -- William Lloyd Garrison -- Lewis Tappan -- Elijah F. Pennypacker -- William Wright -- Dr. Bartholomew Fussell -- Thomas Shipley -- Robert Purvis -- John Hunn -- Samuel Rhoads -- George Corson -- Charles D. Cleveland -- William Whipper -- Isaac T. Hopper -- Samuel D. Burris -- Mariann, Grace Anna, and Elizabeth R. Lewis -- Cunningham's Rache -- Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Control code
ocn654535249
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (780 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780486131221
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
F9ABB77B-CB12-41EA-A735-0407A53A9E4C
System control number
(OCoLC)654535249

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