Henry Bibb in Windsor, Ontario

First Issue of Bibb's Voice of the Fugitive

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Henry Bibb was a rebellious slave who escaped to Detroit around 1840 and began speaking publicly against slavery and organizing abolitionist groups. A decade later, he moved to Windsor and founded the Voice of the Fugitive, which reported on the Underground Railroad and colonization schemes.

 

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