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Don't know much about slavery

On Board Online • July 2, 2018

By Gayle Simidian
Research Analyst

What were slave patrols?

A. Armed groups of white men who rode at night to prevent enslaved people from meeting or traveling.

B. Abolitionists who waited by northern railroad stations and docks to help escapees from slavery.

C. Groups of enslaved men posted to protect plantations at night.

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