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Combahee Ferry Raid, Combahee River South Carolina

The Raid at Combahee Ferry in which 800 slaves were freed with the help of Harriet Tubman.

On June 1, 1863, Under the command of Col. James Montgomery three gunboats set out on the Combahee River in South Carolina to begin the dangerous spy mission. . Relying on information Harriet and other scouts received from their sources about the Confederate positions, they began their strategic mission that resulted in over 700 slaves being freed.

Information collected by Tubman’s spy mission the night before was instrumental in the raid.

Copyright: Shawn T Moore
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7380x3690
Taken: 31/01/2015
Uploaded: 14/03/2015
Updated: 18/12/2015


Tags: harriet tubman; combahee ferry raid; combahee river; harriet tubman photos; underground railroad; panorama; 360 photos; south carolina; spy
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