Loosely Quotes

Image Quotes about Loosely




Carol Lloyd - The Underground Railroad refers to a loosely organized network of free blacks, slaves, whites, and sometimes Native Americans, who worked together to help enslaved people find freedom. This network was more organized in some places than others. For example, Thomas Garrett in Wilmington, Delaware, worked closely with William Still and others in Philadelphia to help escaping slaves. Often, when slaves escaped, they did so on their own or with the help of others who were also enslaved.

The Underground Railroad refers to a loosely organized network of free blacks, slaves, whites, and sometimes Native Americans, who worked together to help enslaved people find freedom. This network was more organized in some places than others. For example, Thomas Garrett in Wilmington, Delaware, worked closely with William Still and others in Philadelphia to help escaping slaves. Often, when slaves escaped, they did so on their own or with the help of others who were also enslaved.

Carol Lloyd
More Carol Lloyd Quotes

First PagePrevious Page
1
Next PageLast Page
Quotes 1 to 25 of 9