(21) Thornbrough, Negro in Indiana, 147, 151-56; Moses Broyles, The History of the Second Baptist Church of Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN: Printing and Publishing House, 1876); Alan Goebes, "The History of the Second Baptist Church," unpublished paper, File SC1889, IHSL.
See "Pledge of a Member of the Underground Railroad," Folder M199, Box 1807-1859, Thomas Marshall Collection, IHSL; Dunn, Greater Indianapolis, 250.
Waldrip, "A Station on the Underground Railroad," Indiana Magazine of History 7 (June 1911):70, 76; Oliver Huff, "Old Newport," paper presented at the Wayne County Historical Society, August 31, 1900, File SC2122, IHSL.
(25) Thornbrough, Negro in Indiana, 42-43; Dunn, Greater Indianapolis, 250; "Personal Recollections of Mary Reid Gillum," Folder 1254, Samuel Reid Family Collection, IHSL.
(26) Harry Lemen, "The Todd House and Its Relation to the Underground Railroad," unpublished paper, no date, Clippings File: Counties, Jefferson--Madison, Folder 369, IHSL.
Tibbets Recalls Slavery Times in Jennings County and Madison, Indiana," Accounts Folder, Theodore Steele Collection, IHSL.