Underground Railroad Memorial, The Kellogg Foundation Headquarters, Battle Creek, MI

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation commissioned this memorial. The sculpture is the largest memorial to the Underground Railroad in the United States. It features Harriet Tubman leading a group of escaped slaves, Erastus and Sarah Hussey and the Station Masters for the Southern Michigan Underground Railroad Operation ushering slaves into their basement. The bronze sculpture is twenty-eight feet long and fifteen feet tall.


The monument was installed in 1994.

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Underground Railroad Memorial, The Kellogg Foundation Headquarters, Battle Creek, MI
Underground Railroad Memorial, The Kellogg Foundation Headquarters, Battle Creek, MI
Underground Railroad Memorial, The Kellogg Foundation Headquarters, Battle Creek, MI
Underground Railroad Memorial, The Kellogg Foundation Headquarters, Battle Creek, MI
Underground Railroad Memorial, The Kellogg Foundation Headquarters, Battle Creek, MI
Underground Railroad Memorial, The Kellogg Foundation Headquarters, Battle Creek, MI
Underground Railroad Memorial, The Kellogg Foundation Headquarters, Battle Creek, MI

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