On Nov. 10, I attended a presentation at Kingston City Hall in Kingston, New York, given by Sam Collins, III on “Hidden History.”

This event was part of a series of activities throughout our historic city celebrating the arrival and temporary display of the “Harriet Tubman: Journey to Freedom” a 9-foot, 2,400-pound bronze sculpture created by artist Wesley Wofford.

Ann L. Davison lives in Hurley, New York.


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