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Todd family


Found in 3 Records:

Tabor Historical Society (Tabor, Iowa) documents

Call Number: RH MS P624

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

Call Number: RH MS 293

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

Call Number: RH PH 74

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
Enslaved persons -- Missouri -- Platte County -- Pictorial works 1