Welcome to the First Edition of the Harriet Tubman Freedom Society 2013 Blog Carnival
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Welcome to the February 4, 2013 edition
of The Harriet Tubman Freedom Society Blog Carnival
RE Ausetkmt presents The year of Harriet Tubman has begun: Events are planned all year to mark the 100th anniversary of Tubman’s death posted at The Harriet Tubman Freedom Society, saying, “The Year of Harriet Tubman is being celebrated in Dorchester”
RE Ausetkmt presents SUNY-New Paltz professor to premiere new opera about Harriet Tubman posted at Hudson Valley Almanac Weekly, saying, “SUNY-New Paltz professor to premiere new opera about Harriet Tubman”
RE Ausetkmt presents Tribute To Harriet Tubman Is Saturday At McCallie – 01/29/2013 – Chattanoogan.com posted at The Chattanoogan, saying, “Tribute To Harriet Tubman Is Saturday At McCallie – 01/29/2013 – Chattanoogan.com”
RE Ausetkmt presents latest news: Maryland Trails, look back in wonder (part two) – travel / philasun.com posted at Philadelphia Sun, saying, “To say that Harriet Tubman was remarkable is a gross understatement and her achievements have not been diminished by time, revisionist history or politically correct interpretations of the Civil War.”
RE Ausetkmt presents Extreme Couponer Spends $38, Gets $3,000 Worth & Donates It All To Charity posted at CBS Minnesota, saying, “Extreme Couponer Spends $38, Gets $3,000 Worth & Donates It All To Charity”
RE Ausetkmt presents Embracing Niagara’s black history | Local | News | St. Catharines Standard posted at St Catherine Standard, saying, “St Catherine has quite a connection to Slavery and Abolition. Ms. Harriet led many escaped slaves to a small church that is now a monument to the anti slavery efforts in St Catherines Ontario.”
RE Ausetkmt presents Bound for Freedom’s Light: African Americans and the Civil War Review, Washington, DC – washingtonpost.com posted at Washington Post Book Review, saying, “On Friday, the National Portrait Gallery opens “Bound for Freedom’s Light: African Americans and the Civil War.” Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, the exhibition tells the stories of such famous men and women as Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth and Harriet Tubman, along with those of unknowns. Included in the show is the story of an escaped slave named Gordon who joined a black regiment and fought for the Union.”
That concludes this edition.
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