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The Reverse Underground Railroad is the term used for the historical practice of kidnapping free Black Americans from free states and transporting them into the American South for sale as slaves. The name is a reference to the Underground Railroad, the informal network of abolitionists and sympathizers who helped to smuggle escaped slaves to freedom, generally in Canada.
- Black Kidnappings in the Wabash and Ohio Valleys of Illinois By JON MUSGRAVE
- "Reverse" Underground Railroad
- Delaware state historical marker about the reverse underground railroad
- The reverse Underground Railroad
- Wilson, Carol. Freedom at Risk: The Kidnapping of Free Blacks in America, 1780- 1865. University Press of Kentucky, 1994.