in 1798, (October 28, 1798 to be specific) abolitionist Levi Coffin was born in North Carolina. Because of his remarkable and dangerous work, his home in Newport, Indiana became recognized as a essential and core component of the underground railroad. Specifically being labeled the, “Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad.” Through his work and the network of abolitionists and others, he and they helped thousands of slaves find freedom. As you think about this amazing time period, the risk of life involved, and how lives were lost and saved because of their efforts, discuss your thoughts about three of the key terms in our text, page 149, Communication, Status, and Power. How did these three terms impact the success the underground railroad had, and what were their influence/impact on the origins of slavery?