Take a trip into the past with this beautiful scarf emblazoned with the night sky and dark forest trees, reminiscent of Harriet Tubman’s trips on the Underground Railroad. An abolitionist and political activist, Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in Maryland but escaped in 1849 to Philadelphia. She returned to the South 13 times, guiding more than 70 people out of enslavement, including family and friends. She usually led her expeditions in the winter, when the nights were long and the cover of darkness helped conceal them. The scarf contains the quote, ''God set the North Star in the heavens; he meant I should free.'' This scarf offers a fashionable way to stay warm during the coming winter ahead.
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