For the Levi Coffin House, I also tasked myself with creating an interior room. The Levi Coffin House, later known as the "Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad," was a major stopping point for hundreds of fugitive slaves on their way to Canada. The house is unique in several ways, one of which is the many hiding nooks and crannies, which allowed them to safely house their guests, sometimes for weeks at a time. The door on screen right opened to a storage garret that could easily hide several people, and the beds could be moved to conceal the location of the door.