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Carol Mull_Important Sites

Carol Mull talks about the importance of historic Underground Railroad sites in Michigan and Wesleyan Methodist Churches.

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Carol Mull_Indentured Servitude

Carol Mull talks about the varied reasons for being an anti-slavery indentured servitude.

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Carol Mull_Laura Haviland

Carol Mull talks about Laura Haviland’s defiance.

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Carol Mull_Liberty Party

Carol Mull talks about the impact of the Liberty Party and how the party encouraged people to vote.

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Carol Mull_Michigan Anti-Slavery Society

Carol Mull talks about the Michigan Anti-Slavery Society, founded during the Great Awakening.

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Carol Mull_Michigan Secession

Carol Mull talks the Michigan Anti-Slavery Society considering secession over the issue of slavery.

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Carol Mull_Port Huron

Carol Mull talks about the Port Huron Underground Railroad network and alternate crossing sites to Canada other than the Detroit River.

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Carol Mull_Royal Watkins

Carol Mull talks about Royal Watkins’ defiance and the famous image of Laura Haviland and the instruments of slavery.

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Carol Mull_Schism in the Liberty Party

Carol Mull talks about the division of ideals within the Liberty Party.

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Carol Mull_Signal of Liberty

Carol Mull talks about the archives and digitization of 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.