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Kenn Stanton_Researching Family

Kenn Stanton explains that learning about his ancestor, Jefferson Lightfoot, encouraged him to research his ancestry even further.

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Kenn Stanton_Social Connections

Kenn Stanton describes the prominent social connections of the Lightfoot family.

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Kenn Stanton_Survivors

Kenn Stanton talks about why we should be proud of our ancestors.

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Leslie Williams_Activism

Leslie Williams talks the important abolitionist work and activism of William Webb, including the important meeting with John Brown and Frederick Douglass in 1859.

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Leslie Williams_Artifact

Leslie Williams talks about the portrait of William Webb as his most important artifact.

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Leslie Williams_Childhood Memories

Leslie Williams talks about her earliest childhood memories in regards to William Webb.

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Leslie Williams_Contributions

Leslie Williams talks about William Webb's contributions to the Anti-Slavery Movement.

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Leslie Williams_Early Life

Leslie Williams talks about the early life of William Webb.

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Leslie Williams_Family Organization

Leslie Williams talks about establishing a family organization to research and document the history of William and Harvey Webb.

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Leslie Williams_Introduction

Leslie Williams talks about her relation to William Webb.

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