Abolitionists, Free Blacks and Runaway Slaves: Surviving Slavery on Maryland's Eastern Shore
Students examine slavery and the abolition movement of the mid-1800's. They discuss the Underground Railroad and compare armed rebellions and anti-slavery writings.
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