Tubman travels : : 32 underground railroad journeys on Delmarva /

Title Tubman travels : : 32 underground railroad journeys on Delmarva /
Names Duffy, Jim.
Length 7 hours, 44 minutes
Book Number DBC12463
Title Status Download Only
Narrator Anderson, Barbara.
Language English
Annotation Inspiring, true-life stories of the Underground Railroad put modern-day travelers in touch with the lives of men and women who set out against all odds in search of freedom from slavery. These stories include not just the most famous of the region's escaped slaves, Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass, but also many lesser-known figures whose journeys out of bondage speak volumes about the timeless themes of courage, love, family, and faith. The journeys in the book begin on the wide Choptank River in Cambridge, Maryland and then wander along scenic backroads leading through history-laden towns such as Easton, St. Michaels, Denton, Chestertown, Centreville, Bucktown, Madison, Galena, and Chesapeake City, and into Delaware through Dover, Middletown, Seaford, New Castle, and Wilmington. Some strong language.
Medium Digital Books
Audience Notes Contains some strong language. NLS/BPH
Female narrator. NLS/BPH
Local Subject For high school and adult
Guidebooks - GDB
Downloadable books
Nonfiction
Talking books
Travel & Geography - 910
United States - History - 973
Travel & Geography - United States, North America - 917
LC Subject Historic sites - Maryland - Guidebooks
Historic sites - Delaware - Guidebooks
Underground Railroad - Maryland
Underground Railroad - Delaware
Fugitive slaves - United States - History - 19th century
Abolitionists - United States - History - 19th century
Delmarva Peninsula - Guidebooks
Eastern Shore (Md. and Va.) - Guidebooks
Call Number 917.521 ANF
Released 2019
Publication Info Baltimore : Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 2019.
Original Publication Recorded from: [Cambridge, MD] : [Secrets of the Eastern Shore], [2017] 2017.
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