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Shackleford Diary - Sweet Freedom's Plains

Jen Glaubius
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In This Episode:

Partly in honor of Black History Month (February) and also because it's fascinating, in this episode Jen relates insights from the book "Sweet Freedom's Plains" by Shirley Ann Wilson Moore about the experiences of Black people on the western trails. Did the Shackelfords interact with Black people on their travels, and if so, did Ruth record those interactions? Jen discuss the possibilities and also gives an update on exporting the Shackelford location data from nodegoat.

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Land Acknowledgement:

I acknowledge that the land on which I live and work is the territory of the Podunk and Wangunk Peoples, who have stewarded the land and waterways through generations. I also acknowledge the history of genocide and forced removal from this territory and pledge to use my resources and skills to promote knowledge of Indigenous peoples and to work towards justice.

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Theme music by Dan-O

Additional sounds from Zapsplat

The Helonaki Deep Dive is written and produced by Jen Glaubius of The Helonaki

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