By Matthew J. Clavin

ahead of the Civil struggle, slaves who controlled to flee more often than not made their means northward alongside the Underground Railroad. Matthew Clavin recovers the tale of fugitive slaves who sought freedom through mockingly sojourning deeper into the yank South towards an not likely vacation spot: the small seaport of Pensacola, Florida, a gateway to freedom.

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