In S1, E1, Jamie Kinsley, left, and Dominish Marie Miller explore the Underground Railroad heroics of Ezekiel and Eliza Baptist, African-American station masters. The Baptists also hosted Harriet Tubman in their Steinhour Road, Newberry Township farmhouse. Jamie and Domi talk about this family that farmed by day and served as Underground Railroad operators at night.
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RESOURCES for York’s Black History

It is said that quilts have served as a creative outlet for otherwise voiceless, Black women. The same could be said about all the colorful, useful and necessary fabrics women crafted with their hands from the Susquehanna region’s earliest days. In this five minute deep of Hometown History, Jamie Kinsley and Domi Miller give showcase the Keenheel quilt – made by an enslaved person and passed down the generations.