Undergroud Railroad Presentation – Indiana

Presentation by Dr. Veta Smith author & historian
” A Fluid Frontier” Slavery, Resistance And The Underground Railroad In The Detroit River Borderland

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Indiana Freedom Trails

Presentation by Dr. Veta Smith author & historian
” A Fluid Frontier” Slavery, Resistance And The Underground Railroad In The Detroit River Borderland

February 27th 2016 11am-1pm

Indiana Historical Society 450 W. Ohio Street

Event is free and open to the public

About the authorVeta_Tucker
Veta Smith Tucker is a literary and public historian and an educator. She taught African American literature and African American Studies at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan for two decades and launched the Kutsche Office of Local History at the university in 2009. Her major published works include articles on enslaved black women, on forgotten nineteenth-century African American author Julia Collins, on historical fiction by contemporary African American women, and A Twenty-First Century History of the 1847 Kentucky Raid in Cass County, Michigan (2010). She also serves as a consultant on the new Levi Coffin Interpretive Center scheduled to open this year.

Author: nichellemhayes

I am a part-time blogger and a full time observer of people and culture. I have been researching my family history for over 20 years. I previously served as President and President-Elect (Vice-President) of one the local genealogy groups. I’ve conducted genealogy lectures and training's for corporate organizations and family history centers. I have researched my maternal and paternal sides going back 7 generations. With all that work, there is still more to discover. My genealogical goals for 2014 are to submit to libraries and history centers, family history books covering several of my family lines. I am available for consultation.

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