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the wind blows from the south today a warning to the underground railroad workers that fugitives slaves were in the area
when the sun comes back and the first quail calls a particular time of the year good for escaping ( early spring)
the river bank makes a mighty goood road t the tracking dogs cant follow the scent through the water
left foot. peg foot a visual clue for escape left by an underground railroad workerrs famous because of hi wooden leg
the river ends between two hills a clue for the directions to the ohio river
a friend with friends a password used to signal arrivasl of fugitives with Underground railroad conducter
the friend of a friend sent mee a password used by fugitives traveling alone to indicate they were sent by the underground railroad network
steal away steal away steal away to jesus (word to a song)- used to alert other slaves that an escape attempt was coming up
th dead trees will show you the way a reminder that moss grows on the NORTH side of dead tree ( just in case the stars aren' tvisible)
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