Who is the Underground Railroad Conductor?
Tom's book, Secret Lives of the Underground Railroad in New York City, co-authored with Don Papson was recently released. It centers around the Record of Fugitives, a journal kept by abolitionist editor Sidney Howard Gay from 1855-to-1856, and recounts the exploits of Gay and his primary collaborator, black tradesman Louis Napoleon, and their involvement in the Underground Railroad.
His books about the UGRR, described on this site, are:
He also can bring the story of the Underground Railroad to you.
Call him at 518-573-7163 or email him at email@example.com
Henry "Box" Brown, at last, being helped out of the box
Tom has spoken at Cincinnati State College, N. Kentucky University, SUNY Albany, College of St. Rose, Cape Cod Community College, North Country Community College, Fulton-Montgomery Community College, and for the Queens College, NY, Upward Bound Program. His lectures are presented with a PowerPoint show and some topics include:
To schedule a presentation
Contact him at:
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