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Underground Railroad / Libraries and the UGRR
« on: May 10, 2006, 02:56:26 pm »
We're currently looking for Public Libraries, especially those along the route corrdidor and those that have Underground Railroad collections to join an online message board designed for public and rural libraries. It is administered by Online Community Library Center (OCLC) and is supported by the Gates Foundation.  By joining the WebJunction community, Libraries can share UGRR resources and collections with eachother and traveling cyclists.  Adventure Cycling now denotes libraries in our service directory on our maps.  We've found touring cyclists utilize libraries for the internet and a nice place to relax (cool down or get warm/dry...)

We anticipate libraries along the route will become involved with the touring cyclist, possibly building community programs around educating and sharing knowledge with the cyclists.  Please invite your public library to join WebJunction. It's a free resource for any public library.

Thank you.  
Ginny Sullivan
Adventure Cycling

This message was edited by GSullivan on 5-12-06 @ 7:49 AM

Underground Railroad / Hitchcock House
« on: November 30, 2005, 01:04:57 pm »
We are looking at eventually providing "Spurs" to the main corridor so that as many UGRR sites can be included as possible. We are still developing a proto-type and can't include every site/community in the country, but we are interested in providing the best combination of historic cycle touring possible.  Please send documentation about your community to  Thank you.

Underground Railroad / Idea for the route
« on: November 02, 2005, 05:10:55 pm »
Love your idea. I'm going to discuss it with CMH on Friday.  This would be a great way to involve agencies at a local level.

Keep the ideas coming!

Underground Railroad / Meetings in the Ohio and Pittsburgh Areas
« on: October 10, 2005, 05:43:33 pm »
I, Ginny Sullivan, New Routes Coordinator from Adventure Cycling will be in Ohio and Pittsburgh.

A Regional Meeting will be held at Clippard Instrument Laboratories, 7390 Colerain Ave at 7 pm on Thursday, October 13.  Hosted by the Cincinnati Cycle Club, you man join us for this informational meeting that highlights the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route.  Call Ginny at 800-755-2453 x 229 if you are interested in attending.

There is another meeting at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati on Friday morning at 8:30 am. All those particularily interested in the new route should join us - space is limited so do call me to request a seat by Tuesday, Oct. 11.

After stops in Columbus for meetings with ACA Life Members, I will be heading to Cleveland for the National Scenic Byways Conference.

On Wednesday, the Center for Minority Health will be hosting me in Pittsburgh. Among all the planned activities, the Major Taylor Cycling Club will be taking me for a ride! Log onto the CMH website and find out how to join us for this ride. I will be riding on a Bike Friday....curious about these incredible traveling bikes? Check out this portable bike by joining us!

Underground Railroad / More News Coverage
« on: September 08, 2005, 11:48:49 am »
Adventure Cycling made the local newspaper in Missoula, MT - great article WITH the map and mentions of all the partners that are helping us along the way!  If you'd like to read a more in-depth article about the UGRR bike route, go here:

Underground Railroad / The Route in the news!
« on: August 24, 2005, 03:13:01 pm »
Check out the following media hits & links for articles that have recently appeared in the news!

Dayton Daily News

Dayton Public Radio (University of Miami)  broadcast date unknown

Cincinnati Post

Xenia Daily Gazette  publication date unknown

Washington Times

Science Daily

Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada radio station will be interviewing ACA Executive Director, Jim Sayer, live at 9:45 am EDT


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