Lore of the South

E37 Fort Mose

February 20, 2022 Kelly Crews
Lore of the South
E37 Fort Mose
Show Notes

Sorry for the delay folks!  Enjoy this first of two episodes dedicated to Black History Month. In E37 we explore the history of the first free black city in North America, Fort Mose.

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