Stories Of The Underground Railroad
by Anna L. Curtis
Publisher: The Island Workshop Press 1941
Number of pages: 63
THESE STORIES of scenes and events in the work of 'The Underground Railroad' will delight readers of all ages. They are excellent boys' and girls' stories, but the older members of the family will like them just as much as the young people. They are 'stories,' but they are not imaginary. They happened. These men and women, these boys and girls, are real persons and they did these brave deeds herein related.
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