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Cotton, Rag Dolls, and the Underground Railroad

Subjects
History
Age Group
Ages 6 and up

 

Presenter
Sarah Poff
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Kansas City’s connections to the Underground Railroad run deep. Hear stories about the people who helped escaped slaves travel to freedom in the North, and discover the importance rag dolls played in the journey. Then make a rag doll with creative touches that make it all your own.

 

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