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Harriet Tubman Childhood home - Harriet Tubman's Eastern Shore of Maryland
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Here was Harriet Tubman's Childhood home, it was know as the Brodess Farm. It was owned by Slave owner Edward Brodess. Her mother Rit Ross worked on the farm as a cook. Harriet tended muskrat traps in the Marshes close by.  She was often separated from her Mother when she was hired out, to others.   Harriet’s brothers, Ben and Robert, recalled the cruel treatment by Edward Brodess. Robert said Edward Brodess “was not fit to own a dog.”

The Brodess Farm was behind this Historical Marker it in now Private Property.

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Загружена: 31/03/2013
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