Underground To Canada by Barbara Smucker | Penguin Random House CanadaBarbara Smucker. ISBN Subject Headings: Underground Railroad-Juvenile fiction. Fugitive slaves-Canada-Juvenile fiction. Review by Ruth Latta. She pressed her mouth against Julilly's ear. Hold it quiet in your head and never let it out of your mouth.
Who Really Ran the Underground Railroad?
It undergrund the best day of our lives, they met a farmer that was black as coal walking on the path and gave them the last of his bread, a home. I fell as though some greater power must have been leading my unpredictable steps to the right places through the years. They soon got caught in the storm by the time it was over. God Bless this land.
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The Railroad in Lore
But in the zeal to tell the story of this great institution, legend and lore have sometimes overwhelmed historical facts. Separating fact from fiction — always an essential part of telling it like it really was — has required a great deal of effort from a number of scholars. Doing so only makes the sacrifices and heroism of our ancestors and their allies all the more noble, heroic and impressive. A partial list of some of the most common myths about the Underground Railroad would include the following:. Well-intentioned white abolitionists, many of whom were Quakers, ran it. The Underground Railroad operated throughout the South.