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“Fleeing from the Land of Bondage,” illustrated by F.O.C. Darley. From Mary Livermore’s “My Story of the War” (Hartford, Conn., 1896).
During the Civil War, Union soldiers conducted raids or expeditions to gather and remove slaves to federal-controlled areas, sometimes called contraband camps or freedman colonies. 566 more words
If you are found to have unlawful drugs in your possession, you could be facing serious criminal charges. Depending on the type and quantity of the drugs found on you, you could even be sentenced to jail time. 557 more words
Authorities in Greece are trying to piece together the source of a large quantity of smuggled cigarettes found onboard an abandoned ship at the Greek island of Zakynthos. 117 more words