Philly man walks on Christmas Eve to recreate Harriet Tubman’s holiday rescue of her brothers

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Ken Johnston, the Philly “walking artist,” who walked to Canada last year, is walking on Christmas Eve – from the Poplar Neck Plantation where Harriet Tubman rescued family members in 1854.

Source: Philly man walks on Christmas Eve to recreate Harriet Tubman’s holiday rescue of her brothers

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