That Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass, both abolitionist leaders, were born a few miles apart on the Maryland Eastern Shore is not surprising. The Washington Post article examines the elements that made this geographic region a wellspring of freedom for enslaved African Americans. Click here to read it.
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