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A Stop on the Underground Railroad

The Battle Over Slavery

A Stop on the Underground Railroad

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In 1844, Joseph Goodrich built this inn in Milton, Wisconsin and hand dug a tunnel from the inn's basement to a cellar 40 ft away to hide slaves as part of the Underground Railroad.

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