Levi Coffin House: Photos (1)

Levi Coffin Portrait

Levi Coffin Portrait - Click for a larger view.

Shoes and Shackles

Worn by some of the slaves who escaped with the help of the Coffins.


Sampler - Click for larger view.
Notice the missing "Z" in the top row.
Mistakes such as this were made deliberately to remind the stitcher that no one was perfect - except God.


Typical Quaker Buggy.  Click for a larger view.
A buggy, such as this one, would have been typical transportation for Levi and Catharine Coffin.

First Floor Kitchen Fireplace

Family kitchen on the first floor.

Basement Kitchen Fireplace

Basement Kitchen  - Click for larger view.

Horsehair Trunk

Horsehair Trunk owned by Phoebe Coffin.  Click for a larger view.

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John Finley, Richmond, Indiana mayor from 1852 until his death in 1866, wrote the poem "The Hoosier's Nest", which is often cited as the first written reference to the word "Hoosier".