According to Coffin’s account, he provided shelter for upwards of one thousand “fugitive slaves” during the years between 1826 until midway through the Civil War. Some referred to him as the President of the Underground Railroad. Hear, in his words, what it took to be a conductor on the Underground Railroad and why he chose to help.
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Earlier Event: October 6Live Performance: The Riverboat Gambler - 1st Floor Brown-Forman Theatre
Later Event: October 7Gallery Talk: Tiny Tudor Talk - 2nd Floor, Stewart Historic Miniatures Gallery