Louisville (KY) Journal, "Underground Railroad," November 19, 1852

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    "Underground Railroad," Louisville (KY) Journal, November 19, 1852, p. 2: 3.
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    Louisville Daily Journal
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    UNDERGROUND RAILROAD - It is stated in "The Voice of the Fugitive," published in Windsor, Canada West, and edited by Henry Bibb, that the underground railroad never did a more thriving business than at present. Within ten days, the editor says, he had greeted no less then twenty-six refugees from slavery, not one of whom had met with any difficulty in making their way to Canada.

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