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After the Fugitive Slave Law of took effect, people who provided shelter, financial assistance, or transportation to slaves running for their freedom risked fine and imprisonment. It would have been folly for those involved in an illegal operation to keep records that might be seized and used against them.

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Intended to dispatch him at noon through to Burlington, but when I went to buy his concoed, saw one at the depot who looked and behaved so much like a Boston policeman that I did not venture that time.

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Heard that there were writs out for two Williamses, fugitives, and was informed by his fellow-servants and employer that the police had called for him when he was out. On October 1,he wrote in his journal, "Just put a fugitive slave, who has taken the name of Henry Williams, into the cars for Canada. When interviewed by Edward Waldo Emerson inMrs. Local people provided hiding places for tryst bismarck escort until they could travel onward by train, collected money for their tickets, food, and other necessities, conveyed them to railroad stations in Acton, Leominster, Fitchburg, and Lowell, among other placespurchased their tickets, tampa hotties sometimes traveled part of the way with them.

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No other documented episode conveys the human drama of local involvement in the Underground Railroad so well as the story of the escape through Concord of Shadrach Minkins also known as Fredric Jenkins, or Wilkins early in the morning of February 16, Many fugitive slaves passed through Concord in the s. Francis Bigelow recalled that "nearly every week some fugitive would be forwarded with the utmost secrecy to Concord to be harbored over night and usually was sped on his way before daylight.

After the Fugitive Slave Law of took effect, people who provided shelter, financial assistance, or transportation to slaves running for their freedom risked fine and imprisonment. Wheeler, and William Whiting—transported escaping slaves to whatever railroad station seemed safest under the circumstances; and Miss Mary Rice who lived at what is now 44 Bedford Street.

Nevertheless, diary entries, letters, and later reminiscences provide boack insight into the nature and workings of the Underground Railroad. Henry Thoreau escorted some who had been sheltered in Concord to trains northward.

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He lodged with us, and waited in the house till funds were collected with which to forward him. The Thoreau home was a haven for fugitive slaves.

Edward Emerson's notes form part of a series of oral histories he conducted on aspects of the life of Henry Thoreau. Among the s are the earliest version published in by Harriet Robinson in "Warrington" Pen-Portraits,and Edward Waldo Emerson's notes from an interview with Mrs. Accordingly fled to Concord last night on foot, bringing a letter to our family from Mr. Fugitives coming from Boston or from Fall River, Medfield, and Southborough literotica escort through here on the way north.

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Bronson Alcott wrote in his journal on February 9, that the temporary presence in his household of one black man seeking freedom gave "image and a name mann the dire entity of Slavery. Primary documentation of the subject is therefore slim. Several surviving s by Ann Bigelow describe his passage through Concord.

Although thatt particulars of the s vary, as a group they tell a relatively consistent story. Local tradition and the existence of a hidden cubby possibly used to conceal slaves on the run suggest that the Ball House now the home of the Concord Art Association, at 37 Lexington Road was also a stop on the Underground Railroad.