A woman's life-work- labors and experiences of Laura S. Haviland (1882) (14738280116)

For an enslaved person seeking freedom, crossing the Ohio River from Kentucky to Indiana or Ohio was usually a dangerous and daunting task. This region held a place of great importance during the years of slavery and the Underground Railroad. There were many different players involved in the process of helping the enslaved to achieve freedom. Churches, social society groups, politicians, activists, Underground Railroad agents/conductors all played roles.

Abolitionists in the Ohio Valley