Benicia - Captain Blythers - This is a very old home now a restaurant. The South developed an agricultural economy dependent on commodity crops. With no where to go and the inability it help themselves. Also strange sounds can be heard coming from the site from about dusk late into the early hours of the morning as well as seeing blackened shadows moving across the grounds.
Rumors are swirling that fugitives from Kentucky will be crossing this evening. The same premise would apply to the easternmost limits of the property being acquired.
Camarillo - Old Camarillo State Hospital - now Channel Islands University This large enclave of buildings in Camarillo is now a university, but were originally built in the s as a state mental hospital.
The story behind this is that a Drama Teacher working alone supposedly fell into the pit area and died a mere 5 feet drop. Why were newspapers important to the abolitionists. Supposedly, before it was torn down, seven shadowy figures were seen lined up on the wall and the viewer would be filled with fear.
The girl also heard a name being whispered in the theater. Where they are seen is up near the top of the bleachers. She has been seen walking along the pond in the back of the mansion, and in "her" room putting on hats and gloves.
Georgetown - Vermillion county - Ridge farm - These towns are located in Illinois almost every cemetery is haunted. Located at Oak Park Rd.
Pretty small room it has steps that go up to it. Some are cold spots, noises, and eerie feelings, also sometimes you can feel a hand touch you. Clocks turn back in time, voices are heard in the halls and doors mysteriously lock after the young girls enter.
Inside, visitors claim to see blood stained walls, and smell the scent of decay. They officially discouraged interracial relationships although white men continued to have unions with black women, both enslaved and free.
The employee was shocked and thought he was left behind by a parent and when she approached the little boy to ask him where his parents were he appeared to be transparent and disappeared the closer she got.
You could tell this wasn't a happy house. You may also include possible implications of your research and future work you see connected with your findings. She has been spotted on more than one occasion and guests of the inn have heard the girl laughing, according to Ghosts of the Haunted Coast, by Richard L.
Rhode Island forbade the import of enslaved people in Concord - Mount Diablo High School - Reports of the apparition of a male teenager hanging by a noose from the roof, over a balcony from the second floor part of the English Building.
Allegedly A sailor Came home from seas crazy and killed his wife, son, and daughter. Banta Tracy - The Banta Inn - Haunted by the former owner who died of a heart attack behind the bar in To do this, indent as you would if you were starting a new paragraph, type Keywords: South In this activity, students will explore maps to identify important differences between the North and South before the Civil War.
Have students work in pairs to research one of the abolitionists featured in the project or another one from this period. This Underground Railroad Mini-Unit Lesson Plan is suitable for 5th - 7th Grade. Students watch a film about slavery. Students view a PowerPoint about the Underground Railroad and use various resources to make a timeline for the topic.
In this activity, students will learn about some common words and phrases used on the Underground Railroad. They'll also learn how some people used a "secret code" to keep their work hidden.
Then students will complete the coded letter using some of the secret language of the Underground Railroad. From the Friends of First Living Museum. A reenactment tour including the First Congregational Church of Detroit and Charles Wright Museum. Underground Railroad Sites in Indiana (Y, M, O, T) Information about Underground Railroad activity in Indiana.
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Underground Railroad Lesson Plan (MS Word document) Heroes of the Underground Railroad (MS Word document) Conductor Groups (3rd/4th grade) (MS Word document). The Underground Railroad helped thousands of enslaved Americans find freedom. In this worksheet, your student will learn about this historic network, including its leaders and special terms.
The heroic struggles of the thousands of slaves who sought freedom through the Underground Railroad are vividly portrayed in this powerful activity book, as are the abolitionists, free blacks, and former slaves who helped them along the way.Underground railroad writing activity first grade