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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
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[[File:Adrury01.jpg|thumb|Asa Drury (1801-1870)]]
 
 
'''Asa Drury''' was an American Baptist minister and educator primarily teaching at Granville Literary and Theological Institution (today's Denison University) in [[Granville, Ohio]] and the Western Baptist Theological Institute in [[Covington, Kentucky]], and establishing the public schools in Covington. He is best known for his antebellum abolitionist views and his role in establishing the Underground Railroad in Ohio.
 
'''Asa Drury''' was an American Baptist minister and educator primarily teaching at Granville Literary and Theological Institution (today's Denison University) in [[Granville, Ohio]] and the Western Baptist Theological Institute in [[Covington, Kentucky]], and establishing the public schools in Covington. He is best known for his antebellum abolitionist views and his role in establishing the Underground Railroad in Ohio.
   

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