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slave
: a person who is owned by another person and can be sold at the owner's will
fugitive
one who is running away
vanish
to pass from sight or existence
fine
a sum of money to be paid as a punishment
bloodhound
a large powerful hound with long drooping ears, a wrinkled face, and a very good sense of smell
station
station- a regular stopping place system in the system of cooperation in the United States before 1863 by which slaves were secretly helped to reach the North or Canada
conductor
people who guide escaped slaves along the underground railroad- the most famous being Harriet Tubman- also called Moses
station master
the homes and businesses where fugitives would rest and eat were called "stations" and "depots" and were run by "stationmasters- the person running the safe house
railroad workers
people helping slaves to freedom The most active of the Railroad workers were northern free blacks