Traveling the road to freedom


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Gary Meek, historian at the Piqua Public Library, points out some of the history of the Randolph Freedpeople in a display at the library. The traveling exhibition, “Freed Will: The Randolph Freedpeople from Slavery to Settlement,” is on loan from the Ohio Historical Society and the Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, and will be at the library through Nov. 1.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Gary Meek, historian at the Piqua Public Library, points out some of the history of the Randolph Freedpeople in a display at the library. The traveling exhibition, “Freed Will: The Randolph Freedpeople from Slavery to Settlement,” is on loan from the Ohio Historical Society and the Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, and will be at the library through Nov. 1.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Gary Meek, historian at the Piqua Public Library, points out some of the history of the Randolph Freedpeople in a display at the library. The traveling exhibition, “Freed Will: The Randolph Freedpeople from Slavery to Settlement,” is on loan from the Ohio Historical Society and the Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, and will be at the library through Nov. 1.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Gary Meek, historian at the Piqua Public Library, points out some of the history of the Randolph Freedpeople in a display at the library. The traveling exhibition, “Freed Will: The Randolph Freedpeople from Slavery to Settlement,” is on loan from the Ohio Historical Society and the Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, and will be at the library through Nov. 1.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/09/web1_091818mju_piqualibrary_randolph-1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Gary Meek, historian at the Piqua Public Library, points out some of the history of the Randolph Freedpeople in a display at the library. The traveling exhibition, “Freed Will: The Randolph Freedpeople from Slavery to Settlement,” is on loan from the Ohio Historical Society and the Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, and will be at the library through Nov. 1.