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With this week's installment, we have produced and presented more than thirty features about Pennsylvania history. Since last April, regular listeners on 91FM and visitors to this site have learned about everything from early Native American relations to baseball; Lewis and Clark to jazz guitar. Until now, it has been all one-way. Now it is your turn to tell us what you think.
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Marking Pennsylvania History
The Underground Railroad led directly through Philadelphia in the years before the Civil War. And William Still was one of its main conductors. Still's own family was deeply divided by slavery. Still was born free -- but his brother was not. WHYY's Jennifer Lynn reports. [Listen]
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