Levi Coffin, Quaker: Breaking the Bonds of Slavery in Ohio and Indiana

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Friends United Press, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 74 pages
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This brief biography of the reputed President of the Underground Railroad tells yesterday's story and raises questions for today. The author looks briefly at Levi Coffin's early efforts against slavery in North Carolina and later in Newport (now Fountain City), Indiana. The book's major focus is Levi Coffin's abolitionist activities in Cincinnati, Ohio from 1847 through the Civil War, and his work on behalf of freed blacks after the war.

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