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Todd family

 Family

Found in 3 records:

Tabor Historical Society (Tabor, Iowa) documents

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS P624
Overview

Two documents of the Tabor Historical Society, Tabor, Iowa related to Tabor's historic Todd House, the home of Congregational minister John Todd, built in 1853.

Dates: September 5, 1982

Todd family papers

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 293
Overview

Family papers (chiefly family correspondence) of Congregational minister John Todd (1818-1894), who was a founder of Tabor, Iowa, of its first Congregational Church, and of Iowa's Tabor College. The Todd home served as a station on the Underground Railroad from 1854 to 1856, and as an arsenal for abolitionist John Brown.

Dates: 1836 - 1921

Todd family photographs

 Collection
Call Number: RH PH 74
Overview

Adam and America Todd were African Americans enslaved to the Tribble family of Platte County, Missouri. The Todds later immigrated to Kansas, where multiple generations have continued to live.

Dates: 1880?-1910?

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Tabor (Iowa) -- History 2
African American children -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
African American families -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
Slaves -- Missouri -- Platte County -- Pictorial works 1