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How some enslaved Black people stayed in Southern slaveholding states – and found freedom

By Viola Franziska Müller, Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in history, University of Bonn
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Instead of using the secret routes along the Underground Railroad to find freedom in the North, thousands of enslaved Black people fled to free Black communities in Southern slaveholding states.The Conversation

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