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Leslie Williams_Legacy

Leslie Williams talks about William Webb's legacy.

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Leslie Williams_Meeting Today

Leslie Williams shares what she would ask William Webb if he was alive today.

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Leslie Williams_Obstacles

Leslie Williams talks about the obstacles that William Webb may have encountered in his lifetime.

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Madman or Martyr Clip 1

Clip 1 of Madman or Martyr focuses on the early life of John Brown. Madman or Martyr is a documentary on the life of John Brown, the Underground Railroad, and the Abolitionist Movement. Directed by Luke Jaden.

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Madman or Martyr Clip 2

Clip 2 of Madman or Martyr focuses on the Underground Railroad. Madman or Martyr is a documentary on the life of John Brown, the Underground Railroad, and the Abolitionist Movement. Directed by Luke Jaden.

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Madman or Martyr Clip 3

Clip 3 of Madman or Martyr focuses on the Raid at Harper's Ferry. Madman or Martyr is a documentary on the life of John Brown, the Underground Railroad, and the Abolitionist Movement. Directed by Luke Jaden.

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Madman or Martyr Clip 4

Clip 4 of Madman or Martyr focuses on John Brown's Legacy. Madman or Martyr is a documentary on the life of John Brown, the Underground Railroad, and the Abolitionist Movement. Directed by Luke Jaden.

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Madman or Martyr Full

This is the full version of Madman or Martyr a documentary on the life of John Brown, the Underground Railroad, and the Abolitionist Movement. Directed by Luke Jaden.

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Martha Jones_Abolition

Dr. Martha Jones talks about the effects of the abolition of slavery on the south.

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Martha Jones_Dred Scott Decision

Dr. Martha Jones talks about Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and the Dred Scott decision.

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