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This is the landscape where free African Americans and the enslaved led a clandestine movement of people out of slavery towards the North Star of freedom.

Many of the places in which she grew up and worked still remain.

Stewart's Canal at the western edge of this historic area was constructed over 20 years by enslaved and free African Americans. The canal, the waterways it opened to the Chesapeake Bay, and the Blackwater River were the means of conveying goods, lumber, and those seeking freedom.

She remembered the harsh treatment she received here, long afterward recalling that even when ill, she was expected to wade into swamps throughout the cold winter to haul muskrat traps.