Where do human rights activism and patriotism meet?
In 19th century America, that place was Waterloo, New York. For this special edition of "The Janus Adams Show," Seneca County Historian Walter Gable is our guest and guide on a “Path Through History.”
And, 150 years later why should be care? Because this small upstate New York town has the distinction of being:
It’s really quite a story as you’ll hear on this week’s show and podcast.
This episode is our fifth in a travel series produced in cooperation with “I Love New York.” The Janus Adams Show airs and streams live Saturdays at 4:00 pm on WJFF Radio Catskill. Subscribe to our podcast (uploaded every Monday) and listen to past shows on SoundCloud.
Abolition, National Park Service, NPS, Sanctuary, Waterloo, New York, Walter Gable, WJFF, Jermain Loguen, Underground Railroad, McClintock House, Memorial Day, Women's Rights
The Jerry Rescue Monument (Syracuse, NY)
For more information about this historic Underground Railroad rescue, click here.
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