7 Incredible Places Around Indiana That Were Once Part Of The Underground Railroad
Indiana played a large role in the Underground Railroad, helping thousands of escaped slaves safely travel through the Hoosier state. While it’s noted that there are hundreds of sites throughout Indiana that housed those fleeing slavery, several buildings stand out as some of the most important in the state. These 7 incredible places in Indiana were once major stops along the Underground Railroad.
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Have you ever visited any of these major stops along the Underground Railroad in Indiana? For more history of the Hoosier state, check out these 10 incredible National Landmarks in Indiana.
Courtney's originally from the East Coast, but has found a charming new home in Indiana. She loves checking out local music, reading, and trying new food. She's also a little too addicted to coffee and has a Maine Coon cat she answers to.