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Veta Tucker_Freeman Walls

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the story of the Freeman Walls family and the settlement of Puce, Ontario.

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Veta Tucker_Fugitive Slave Laws

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the Fugitive Slave Laws of 1793 and 1850.

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Veta Tucker_Great Awakening

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the movement west, during the Great Awakening, and the establishment of anti-slavery churches and organizations.

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Veta Tucker_Henry Bibb

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the many escape stories of Henry Bibb.

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Veta Tucker_Illinois Line

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the Illinois line and the Quaker line of the Underground Railroad.

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Veta Tucker_Laura Haviland

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about Laura Haviland and the Raisin Institute.

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Veta Tucker_Nathan Thomas and Josiah Henson

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the stories of Nathan Thomas and Josiah Henson.

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Veta Tucker_Ontario and Detroit

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the relationship between the communities in Ontario and Detroit.

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Veta Tucker_Quakers

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about the Quaker communities and their views on slavery.

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Veta Tucker_Safe Houses in Detroit

Dr. Veta Tucker talks about safe houses in Detroit; Second Baptist Church and Seymour Finney’s hotel and barn.

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