"› Encyclopedia of the Underground Railroad...

"› Encyclopedia of the Underground Railroad...

"› Encyclopedia of the Underground Railroad (E-Textbook) https://unitedblackbooks.org/collections/50-must-read-books-for-african-americans/products/encyclopedia-of-the-underground-railroad-e-textbook _________________________________ 'pressed for harsher legislation that they thought would prevent escapes. The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 criminalized any assistance, active or passive, to a runaway slave—yet it only encouraged the behavior it sought to prevent. Friends of the fugitive, whose previous assistance to runaways had been somewhat haphazard, increased their efforts at organization. By the onset of the Civil War in 1861, the Underground Railroad included members, defined stops, set escape routes and a code language. African Diaspora ' https://unitedblackbooks.org/collections/50-must-read-books-for-african-americans/products/encyclopedia-of-the-underground-railroad-e-textbook " #Bookaddicts #Supportblackbusinesswomen #MoorBooksNow #BlackEducation #UnitedBlackLibrary
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