Underground Railroad

Levi Coffin is known as the president of the Underground Railroad

He is credited with starting the Underground Railroad through Guilford County. He and his wife helped enslaved people to escape in Guilford County until they moved to Indiana in 1826.

Visit the Underground Railroad Site

This is the Underground Railroad Tree

It is known as a silent witness to the actions of enslaved people trying to escape.



Library Resource Page on the URR

Interested in a tour?

If you or anyone you know is interested in having a guided tour of the Underground Railroad trail at Guilford College please use the link below to fill out a request form.

Friends Center is located in the Eva Campbell House on the South Side of Campus (along Friendly Ave).

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