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Black History and Underground Railroad tours in Niagara Canada (1913 hits)

Hear the stories and see the sites of where freedom seekers lived in Niagara Canada once they escaped slavery in the United States. All tours are conducted by a descendant of a fugitive slave that came to Canada at the time of the Fugitive Slave Act. Sites on tour can include the church of Harriet Tubman, site where Josiah Henson (Uncle Tom's Cabin character) first felt freedom, grave of Anthony Burns.

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Posted By: Lezlie Harper
Friday, May 22nd 2009 at 2:38PM
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