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Carol Mull_ 1850 Fugitive Slave Act

Carol Mull talks about the effect of the 1850 Fugitive Slave Act on the Underground Railroad.

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Carol Mull_Activism

Carol Mull talks about the reasons why people became anti-slavery activists.

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Carol Mull_American Freeman

Carol Mull talks about the first newspaper in Michigan called, the American Freeman.

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Carol Mull_Anti-slavery organizations

Carol Mull talks about Laura Haviland, Elizabeth Chandler, anti-slavery organizations and churches.

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Carol Mull_Anti-slavery Speakers

Carol Mull talks about the earliest anti-slavery speakers in Michigan.

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Carol Mull_Blackburn Escape

Carol Mull describes the escape of the Blackburns and the role that women played in this escape.

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Carol Mull_Detroit River

Carol Mull talks about how freedom seekers crossed the Detroit River to freedom, using boats and walking by foot.

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Carol Mull_Escape Stories

Carol Mull describes the most compelling and interesting escape stories, such as the escape of Fairfield and Robert Cox.

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Carol Mull_Eve of the Civil War

Carol Mull talks about the rapid movement across the Detroit River on the eve of the Civil War.

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Carol Mull_Grassroots Activism

Carol Mull talks about the grassroots activism in Michigan that is documented in the Signal of Liberty newspaper.

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This program was funded by the U.S. Department of Education Underground Railroad Educational and Cultural Program.