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"Of the one hundred thousand slaves who fled from the South to Canada between 1810 and 1850, forty thousand of them had passed through Ohio. Thomas didn't know why this fact surprised him, yet it did." Chapter 1, pp. 11-12.

"'Selah, a desperate, running slave might sigh, and the name—the man—gave him strength to go on.'" Chapter 2, p. 19.

"Whoever old Pluto is, he thought, he sure takes good care of things." Chapter 6, p. 73.

"And framed by the night stood that massive, black and bearded man some souls called Pluto." Chapter 6, p. 82.

"Soundlessly the mirror closed. Whatever stood there in front of it gave back no reflection in the totally dark house." Chapter 8, p. 105.

"Folks will come to visit here just like they did at home, he told himself. I'll have friends like I never had before, you wait and see." Chapter 9, p. 109.

"What kind of place is...

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