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Marsh Tavern

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100 East Water Street

Rush Sloane wrote that the earliest story he knew about the Underground Railroad in Sandusky was this one. Continue Reading >
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Rush R. Sloane House

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403 East Adams Street

The leaders in Sandusky’s Underground Railroad movement were freeborn black Sanduskians. Continue Reading >
Rush R. Sloane House2016-12-05T13:14:58-05:00

Second Baptist Church

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315 Decatur Street

One of the most active stations in the Sandusky Underground Railroad network is the Second Baptist Church. It was founded as Zion Baptist Church in 1849 by a group of former slaves and freeborn Blacks. Continue Reading >
Second Baptist Church2016-12-05T13:14:58-05:00
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