foodguy, I was born and raised in/near a little one-intersection town called Fountain City, IN, where the Levi Coffin house is located. It's a pretty awesome place, considered quite large for a house of it's time.
For those who don't know, Levi Coffin was considered the Grand Master Conductor on the Underground Railroad, and his home was called the Grand Central Station on the Railroad. It is said that every slave that passed thru the Coffin house, made it to freedom. There is a well inside the house (something that was just never heard of in those times) so the neighbors couldn't see how much water they were using, which would give them a clue to the number of people in the house at any given time.
(sorry for the history lesson interjection .... we now return to our regularly scheduled programming!