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Journey to freedom

Richard Tubman was born to descendants of English immigrants...probate court in Appling tell the story of Richard Tubman's wheeling and dealing.He traded...carriage rumbled along the mountain roads.Richard Tubman had tended his life for 70 years - planting...

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Time line: Part 1

1766: Richard Tubman is born in Maryland. 1793: Richard, 27, moves to Georgia to work...Liberia, a colony on the coast of west Africa. July 1, 1833: Richard Tubman files his will requesting that his slaves be emancipated after his...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/09/30/met_322889.shtml
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Timeline: Part 1

1766: Richard Tubman is born in Maryland.1793: Richard, 27, moves to Georgia to work...Liberia, a colony on the coast of west Africa.July 1, 1833: Richard Tubman files his will requesting that his slaves be emancipated after his...

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Freedom's heritage

...legacies in the world left to Richard Tubman are the land and people he owned...section covers three graves, and Richard Tubman's is one of them.A raised...home again.And as unwitting as Richard Tubman was of his slaves' fate when...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/2001-09-09/freedoms-heritage
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From Augusta to Africa: part one

In 1833, Richard Tubman plunged his script ''T'' seal into the red-orange wax on the...have known that he would help beget a kingdom, help beget a king.Richard Tubman had left a quiet bombshell of a provision in his otherwise boring...

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Vows he couldn't keep

...Tubman's beginnings were. His father's parents were born into slavery in Columbia County in the 1830s. Their master, Richard Tubman, gave them their freedom and an inheritance in his will, and the Tubman slaves sailed to Africa with the help of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/09/23/met_322198.shtml
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Vows he couldn't keep

...Tubman's beginnings were. His father's parents were born into slavery in Columbia County in the 1830s. Their master, Richard Tubman, gave them their freedom and an inheritance in his will, and the Tubman slaves sailed to Africa with the help of...

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Testaments to Tubman charity fill Augusta

It was 1836, and Emily Tubman was suddenly a widow. She had been married for 18 years to Richard Tubman, a wealthy English planter when she found herself alone -- she never had children -- in the pre-Civil War South. She didn't...

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From Augusta to Africa: part 2

...in From Augusta to Africa, a three-part series detailing the history of a group of slaves set free by Augustan Richard Tubman in 1837 and the course of those people and their descendants over the past 163 years.Part One, which appeared Sunday...

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Who are the Tubmans?

...mid-1800s.Before that, however, she was known as one of the city's finest hostesses - the well-to-do wife of Richard Tubman, a prominent businessman and landowner. He was 52, when he met the 24-year-old Kentucky belle who won his heart...

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