The Contributions the City of Oberlin, Ohio affected slavery
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March 30, 2016
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Oberlin was a stronghold for abolitionist and those holding anti-slavery beliefs. Oberlin was one of the first towns to promise freedom for all who came within its boundaries. It is considered to be the first integrated town in Ohio and was also a major station on the Underground Railroad. Oberlin had long offered refuge and opportunity to both escaped slaves and several free blacks, who found measure of equality there that was rare anywhere else in the United States...
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Oberlin had long offered refuge and opportunity to both escaped slaves and several free blacks, who found measure of equality there that was rare anywhere else in the United States.
Traveling through Ohio meant freedom, hope of a better life, and often a life-and-death struggle. The dawn of the Civil War, individuals and communities guided fleeing slaves from southern states along the difficult and dangerous journey northward to freedom in Canada...
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