Saul has had a particular interest in the Underground Railroad
since 2003, when she curated an Underground Railroad exhibit for The
Courier in the Layman Gallery at Lincoln College in conjunction with
Lincoln’s 150th anniversary celebration. She has also given many
programs about the Underground Railroad and about the alleged use of
quilts as signals on the Underground Railroad.
The program will take place at Horsefeathers Wild Hare Café in
Elkhart, where Saul will explain the workings of the Underground
Railroad, profile it’s most common users and discuss which Logan
County people may have been involved in its operation. She will also
throw in a few stories she has heard about the Underground Railroad
in Logan County.
Reservations and information are available at 217 947 2238, and
Reservation forms are available at Horsefeathers or the Country
Bumpkin and also on the website:
[ J.ROB Wilson]