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I Came As A Stranger by Bryan Prince, Tundra Books 2004
  Bryan Prince was born in Chatham and lives in Buxton. His family has a long connection with the Underground Railroad. Bryan is a farmer with a profound interest in the history of the Underground Railroad. He and his wife Shannon are actively involved with the Buxton National Historic Site and Museum as well as with several other historical organizations.

For close to twenty five years, Bryan has spent countless hours researching, writing, and lecturing on the topic of black history. He has contributed articles and short stories to the museum’s publications and the

  Chatham newspaper. In 2002, Bryan was awarded
the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal for contributions to history. His first book for young adults, ‘I Came as a Stranger: The Underground Railroad’, was published by Tundra Books in 2004. Bryan Prince is an active member of the community in North Buxton where he lives with his wife and their four children.
 
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