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The plaque reads: Many homes in Sandusky and other parts of Eric County were station on the Underground Railroad before and during the Civil War. Residents provided food, shelter, clothing and transportation to Canada. Harriet Beecher Stowe used Sandusky as the gate to freedom for the run-aways slaves in her book "Uncle Tom's Cabin".

Directions: Cleveland: I-90 W to SR-2 W to SR-250 Exit Turn rt onto SR-250 N (Milan Rd) to Perkins Ave(BP Station lt corner)Turn lt on Perkins Ave to Columbus Ave (2 stop lights) Turn rit on Columbus Ave (National City Bank on opposite corner) to Downtown

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  • Updated Mar 14, 2010
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