Students explore civil war era history of William D. Matthews
Taegan Loy and Trent Powell, students from Seaman high school, show their documentary "William D. Matthews: A Cure For Rebellion" to the Shawnee County Historical Society. William D. Matthews was an African American abolitionist. He helped slaves on their travels to freedom via the underground railroad, served as a First Lieutenant at Fort Leavenworth, and was a freemason.
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