Bridge honors Tubman's heroism

Bridge honors Tubman's heroism

There are 2 comments on the Island Packet story from Sep 5, 2006, titled Bridge honors Tubman's heroism. In it, Island Packet reports that:

Gullah slaves used to sing "Swing low, sweet Harriet," hoping Harriet Tubman would come to the Lowcountry and carry them to freedom.

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Jimmy

Walterboro, SC

#1 Sep 12, 2006
The song Swing Low Sweet Chariot was a post Civil War song and could not have been sung during the war. Bad history.
James B

Walterboro, SC

#2 Dec 11, 2006
You can blame Asa Gordon of the Douglass Institute of that. There are a lot of other mistakes in the history

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