Related Sites and Resources
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is an Ohio based national center dedicated to telling the story of the underground railroad.
This National Park Service Site is a good source for a general overview of the underground railroad.
The Underground Railroad Conductor is a web site by writer Tom Calarco. He has a wide variety of sites and information.
The Oneida County Freedom Trail Commission has an excellent web site with color, designs and pictures. The commission is a county-based organization that seeks to recover and tell the story of the underground railroad in Oneida county, and the broader story as well.
The Erie Canalway And The UGRR – an extensive interactive map that includes events, tours, cemeteries, sites, churches, and more.
Niagara Bound Tours will guide you through the rich history of Afro-Americans and Afro-Canadians who used the underground railroad to find freedom in the Niagara region. Tour guide Lezlie Wells, as a direct descendant of freedom seeker from Kentucky who settled in Ontario, Canada in 1850, provides enriching tours for guests of all ages.
More UGRR Related Links
North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association
National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum
Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic Landmark
1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse
Niagara Falls National Heritage Area
Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center
John Brown Farm State Historic Site
Onondaga Historical Association
Montgomery County Department of History and Archives
Buffalo Niagara Freedom Station Coalition
Friends of Woodlawn Cemetery of Elmira
Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation
Mid-Hudson Antislavery History Project
Other Sites of Regional Interest
Albany County Convention and Visitors Bureau