100 years after Tubman's death, Delaw...

100 years after Tubman's death, Delaware celebrates

There are 1 comment on the The News Journal story from Jan 30, 2013, titled 100 years after Tubman's death, Delaware celebrates. In it, The News Journal reports that:

In the spring of 1854, Harriet Tubman led four escaping slaves north toward Wilmington, the last stop on the Underground Railroad before reaching the free state of Pennsylvania.

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