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Future Meets Past at New Coffin House Interpretive Center

“I had already risked every thing in the work – life, property, and reputation – and did not feel bound to respect human laws that came in direct contact with the law of God.” – Levi Coffin A new interpretative Read more >

Levi Coffin House played a significant role in Underground Railroad

If you found yourself driving through Fountain City in east central Indiana, you might drive right past the red brick Levi Coffin House without giving it much consideration. But the house, built in 1839, was one of the stops of Read more >