Canada

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Record Data

Place Unit Type
  Nation
Containing Unit

Events

People

Places

Contained places
 
Name Type
British Columbia, Canada State or Province
Canada East State or Province
Canada West (Ontario) State or Province
Eaton, Canada City or Town
Halifax, Canada City or Town
Lower Canada State or Province
New Brunswick, Canada State or Province
Newfoundland, Canada State or Province
Novia Scotia State or Province
Quebec, Canada City or Town
Uxbridge, Canada City or Town
Yorkville, Canada City or Town

Documents

Subject
 
Date Title
12/30/1847 New York Herald, "The Fugitive Slave," December 30, 1847
02/01/1850 New York Herald, “Mr. Clay's Compromise, and the Cabinet,” February 1, 1850
02/18/1851 Seth Concklin to William Still, February 18, 1851
05/01/1851 Boston (MA) Herald, “Satisfied with his Condition,” May 1, 1851
06/18/1851 New Orleans (LA) Picayune, “The Fugitive Slave Law,” June 18, 1851
09/04/1851 New York Herald, “Important Decision on the Fugitive Slave Law,” September 4, 1851
09/23/1851 (Columbus) Ohio State Journal, "The Christiana Tragedy," September 23, 1851
10/22/1852 New York Times, “Arrest and Rescue of Fugitive Slaves,” October 22, 1852
11/26/1852 New York Times, "Runaway Slaves," November 26, 1852
04/03/1853 Philadelphia Vigilance Committee Journal, April 3, 1853
10/30/1853 John Henry Hill to William Still, October 30, 1853
11/01/1853 John Henry Hill to Philadelphia Vigilance Committee, November 1, 1853
01/21/1854 Louisville (KY) Journal, "Freight on the Underground Railroad," January 21, 1854
03/20/1854 Boston (MA) Herald, “Fugitives,” March 20, 1854
06/08/1854 William Henry Gilliam to William Still, June 8, 1854
06/16/1854 New York Times, "The Nebraska Bill in Indiana," June 16, 1854
07/20/1854 Memphis (TN) Appeal, "An Abolitionist in Trouble," July 20, 1854
08/11/1854 Charleston (SC) Mercury, "Starving Fugitive Slaves in Canada," August 11, 1854
09/14/1854 John Henry Hill to William Still, September 14, 1854
10/16/1854 Ellen Saunders to William Still, October 16, 1854
12/18/1854 New York Herald, “A Singular Slave Case in Indiana,” December 18, 1860
01/01/1855 Abigail Goodwin to William Still, January 1, 1855
01/25/1855 Abigail Goodwin to William Still, January 25, 1855
03/25/1855 Abigail Goodwin to William Still, March 25, 1855
04/20/1855 Louisville (KY) Journal, "Escape of Slaves," April 20, 1855
06/23/1855 Thomas Bayne to William Still, June 23, 1855
08/01/1855 Abigail Goodwin to William Still, August 1, 1855
09/09/1855 Abigail Goodwin to William Still, September 9, 1855
10/10/1855 Boston (MA) Herald, "The Fugitive Slave Case," October 10, 1855
10/28/1855 Miss. G. A. Lewis to William Still, October 28, 1855
12/06/1855 Richmond (VA) Dispatch, "The Underground Railroad," December 6, 1855
12/26/1855 N. R. Johnston to William Still, December 26, 1855
07/19/1856 Thomas Garrett to William Still, July 19, 1856
07/31/1856 Harriet Eglin to William Still, July 31, 1856
08/09/1856 New Orleans (LA) Picayune, "Runaways in Canada," August 9, 1856
08/09/1856 Robert Jones to William Still, August 9, 1856
10/28/1856 Harriet Eglin to William Still, October 28, 1856
10/31/1856 Boston (MA) Herald, "Untitled," October 31, 1856
11/04/1856 Thomas Garrett to James Miller McKim and William Still, November 4, 1856
12/15/1856 L. D. Mansfield to William Still, December 15, 1856
03/27/1857 Thomas Garrett to William Still, March 27, 1857
04/29/1857 New York Times, “England and America,” April 29, 1857
05/04/1857 L. D. Mansfield to William Still, May 4, 1857
05/28/1857 C. L. Groce to Luke, May 28, 1857
05/29/1857 Richmond (VA) Dispatch, "The Underground Railroad to Canada," May 29, 1857
05/31/1857 New York Herald, “The Late Abolition Revolutionary Proceedings in Ohio,” May 31, 1857
10/25/1857 John Delaney (Oscar Ball) to William Still, October 25, 1857
11/23/1857 Washington (DC) National Era, “Colored Population of Canada,” November 26, 1857
12/04/1857 New York Times, “Fugitive Slave Case at Ann Arbor, Mich,” December 4, 1857
12/17/1857 William Brady to William Still, December 17, 1857
01/03/1858 New York Herald, "The Kansas Trouble in Congress," January 3, 1858
02/15/1858 Charleston (SC) Mercury, "Runaway Negros," February 15, 1858
05/15/1858 Louisa F. Jones to William Still, May 15, 1858
08/27/1858 Boston (MA) Liberator, “Underground Railroad,” August 27, 1858
10/06/1858 Thomas F. Page to William Still, October 6, 1858
01/13/1859 New York Times, "A Phase of Slavery," January 13, 1859
01/22/1859 New York Herald, “Another Grand Scheme of Annexation,” January 22, 1859
03/04/1859 New York Times, “The Fugitive Slave Law,” March 4, 1859
03/08/1859 Charleston (SC) Mercury, "Slave Stealing in Missouri," March 8, 1859
03/14/1859 Louisville (KY) Journal, “‘U. G.’ Railroad Statistics,” March 14, 1859
04/29/1859 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “A Rich Scene,” April 29, 1859
08/14/1859 New York Herald, "The Underground Railroad," August 14, 1859
08/26/1859 Boston (MA) Liberator, “Meetings in Boston,” August 26, 1859
10/21/1859 New York Times, “Latest Dispatches,” October 21, 1859
11/01/1859 New York Herald, "Runaway Slaves in Canada," November 1, 1859
11/03/1859 Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, "The Underground Railroad," November 3, 1859
11/04/1859 Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, "Old Brown's Speech," November 4, 1859
11/10/1859 Carlisle (PA) American Volunteer, "Harper's Ferry Trouble," November 10, 1859
11/18/1859 Richmond (VA) Dispatch, “Crime Among Fugitive Negroes,” November 18, 1859
12/04/1859 New York Herald, “The South and Southern Safety,” December 4, 1859
01/05/1860 New York Herald, "The Underground Railroad and Its Victims," January 5, 1860
01/05/1860 New York Herald, “The Runaway Slaves,” January 5, 1860
01/07/1860 Richmond (VA) Dispatch, “The Underground Railroad,” January 7, 1860
01/13/1860 New York Herald, "Effect of our Account of The Fugitive Slaves in Canada," January 13, 1860
01/20/1860 New York Herald, “Trouble Among the Canadian Negroes,” January 20, 1860
01/23/1860 Boston (MA) Herald, “A Conflict of the Races in Canada,” January 23, 1860
01/24/1860 Boston (MA) Herald, “Telegraph to the Herald,” January 24, 1860
01/30/1860 Savannah (GA) News,“The Negro Riots in Canada,” January 30, 1860
02/03/1860 Savannah (GA) News, “The Underground Railroad,” February 3, 1860
02/06/1860 New York Herald, "The Colored Refugees in Canada," February 6, 1860
03/08/1860 New York Times, "Senator Brown on International Law," March 8, 1860
03/25/1860 New York Herald, “Visit of the Price of Wales to America,” March 25, 1860
03/26/1860 William Wilkins to James Watson Webb, March 26, 1860
04/21/1860 New York Herald, "A Mishap on the Underground Railroad," April 21, 1860
06/06/1860 John W. Jones to William Still, June 6, 1860
06/07/1860 Boston (MA) Herald, “A Fugitive,” June 7, 1857
08/27/1860 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “The Prince of Wales,” August 27, 1860
10/06/1860 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “Canadian Orangemen Renouncing Allegiance to British Rule,” October 6, 1860
10/15/1860 New York Times, “Very Suspicious,” October 15, 1860
11/02/1860 Newark (OH) Advocate, "The Prince's Visit from a Canadian Point of View," November 2, 1860
11/28/1860 New York Herald, “The Meeting of Congress,” November 28, 1860
03/24/1861 New York Herald, “Honor to Abolitionism Pure and Simple,” March 24, 1861
04/09/1861 Memphis (TN) Appeal, "The Underground Railroad," April 9, 1861
04/19/1861 Boston (MA) Liberator, “An Ancient and A Modern Compromise,” April 19, 1861
08/02/1861 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “The Feeling in Canada,” August 2, 1861
12/05/1861 Memorandum by Alexander T. Galt, Canadian diplomat, describing interview with Abraham Lincoln, December 5, 1861
11/01/1871 Hiram Corson to Robert Corson, November 1, 1871
12/04/1871 William Whipper to William Still, December 4, 1871
01/01/1872 Daniel Bonsall to William Still, 1872