2014 Community Service—Bethel AME  
Bethel AME is on the National Register of Historic Places and was an important stop on the Underground Railroad. African Americans seeking their freedom from slavery in the South were harbored in the church and the nearby cabin of dedicated abolitionist John Speed. A tunnel connected the two buildings. A remnant of the Speed cabin has since been moved to Lane Place, but a plaque marks its original location. In the background, Wabash students continue their work.  
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