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Footsteps to Freedom 1999: Multimedia

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Day One
    Edith Washington Johnson, granddaughter of Booker T. Washington, answers the question "Why is it important to study the Underground Railroad. [1m18s] Event
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Day Two
    Tramping to the Harding House in Ohio. Solo by Jerry Gore. [0m47s] Event
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Day Four
    Interview with "Mr. Chauncy Wack," an Oberlin citizen against the Abolitionist activities in his town. A reenactment by Scott Medwid. [1m28s] Event
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    Re-enactments at the Westwood Cemetery in Oberlin, OH, describing from three perspectives the famous Wellington-Oberlin Rescue. Event
    • "John Price" by Jerry Gore [2m18s]
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    • "Chauncy Wack" by Scott Medwid [3m45s]
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    • "Mrs. Mary Fairchild" by Sam Lyle-Medwid [2m25s]
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    Montage of "Colored" Troops Gravestones at Detroit's Elmwood Cemetary. [0m15s] Event
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Day Six
    The great-great-granddaughter of Josiah Henson, Barbara Carter, answers why she thinks studying the Underground Railroad is important. [1m25s] Event
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    Music in the chapel at the Uncle Tom's Cabin site [0m44s] Event
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    Bryan Prince, descendant of the original Elgin settlers, answers "Why is it important to study the Underground Railroad?" [0m32s] Event
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Day Eight
    The group singing "Motherless Child" on the bus back from the Farewell Dinner. Solo by Peggy Overly. [1m44s] Event
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