Escape by U. G. Railway

By Underground Railway.      “A party of ten fugitive slaves – two men, three women, and five children – stopped at the U.G. Railroad office in this city yesterday, and was sent on to Canada by the Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society. The party originally consisted of twenty persons, but was divided up in Pennsylvania. The party looked rather the worse for wear.” – Rochester Democrat.

(Liberator, July 22, 1859, pg 3)