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Nathan and Polly Johnson's House
250px-Johnson Properties, New Bedford, MA
Part of a series of houses in the underground railroad

Origin

Frederick Douglass' escape to freedom

Type

Connected buildings

Effects

Close range teleportation

Downsides

No longer active

Activation

Passing through the secret passage

Collected by

Rebecca St. Clair and Jack Seccord

Section

Imhotep-218G

Aisle

-

Shelf

-

Date of Collection

February 1st, 1948

[Source]


OriginEdit

Nathan and Polly Johnson were free African-American citizens in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The Johnsons were wealthy citizens, Nathan being a pharmacist and Polly being a candy maker. They sheltered many escaping slaves, including Frederick Douglass, the famous abolitionist.

EffectsEdit

When the artifact was still functional it would allow the user to flee from the attic door to another house that Douglass stayed in. The door would active at exactly 10:39, turning the attic door into a direct passageway to the attic door of the other closest house, which would then be gateway to the last house in Bedford.

CollectionEdit

Sadly, two of the houses were destroyed, rendering this artifact unusable. While chasing a perpetrator, Jack and Rebecca came across the house. After the suspect escaped through the attic door he then lit a fire at the second and third house.

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