The Anti-Slavery Movement and the Underground Railroad in Hudson, Ohio

The Anti-Slavery Movement and the Underground Railroad in Hudson, Ohio, features 16 stops at key sites that played a part in the anti-slavery movement in the town. Hudson, once called the “citadel of abolitionism,” was an active stop on the Underground Railroad and was the childhood home of abolitionist John Brown. The tour features enhanced content, photographs of notable citizens and homes, key documents and archival papers and more.