Harriet Tubman’s Perfect Record: Brains and Opium on the Underground Railroad by Erik Sass - July 20, 2012 - 10:27 PM inShare How did Harriet Tubman lead so many slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad? With careful planning, plenty of luck, and a little opium.
Charles E. Grace, a wealthy and famous African American religious leader and evangelist, is shown performing a baptism at the Oakland, California waterfront in front of World War I barracks with his racially integrated congregation | Picture This
Zulu workers at De Beers diamond mines, Kimberley, South Africa, c1885. In 1887 and 1888 Cecil Rhodes amalgamated the diamond mines around Kimberley, which included De Beers, into Consolidated Mines.