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Carol Mull_Women

Carol Mull talks about the role that women played in the Underground Railroad.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Archaeology Fellowship

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche talks about her educational background in American History, Archaeology and Conservation. She describes her work across the country through an Archaeology Fellowship.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Discovering William Paul Quinn

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche talks about the discoveries that she made while researching for her book. In this clip she describes how she discovered William Paul Quinn.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Henry Highland Garnet

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche talks about the life and importance of Henry Highland Garnet on the Underground Railroad.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Introduction to the Underground Railroad

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche talks about how she was introduced to the Underground Railroad while working as a conservator in Syracuse, New York.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Landscape Analysis

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche describes how to use landscape analysis in identifying Underground Railroad communities.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Lick Creek Indiana

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche talks about the three communities that she documents in her book, “Free Black Communities and the Underground Railroad: The Geography of Resistance”. In this clip she specifically talks about her findings in Lick Creek, Indiana.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Poke Patch Illinois

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche describes her discoveries in Poke Patch, Illinois, specifically the use of iron furnaces on the Underground Railroad.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Preserving History

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche talks about the importance of preserving and researching African American history and culture.

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Cheryl LaRoche_Rocky Fork

Dr. Cheryl LaRoche talks about using Oral History Interviews as a research tool during her work in Rocky Fork, Illinois.

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