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Warriors THE WHITE HOUSE ~ A PROCLAMATION ESTABLISHMENT OF THE HARRIET TUBMAN — UNDERGROUND RAILROAD NATIONAL MONUMENT~ Office of the Press Secretary March 25, 2013 A PROCLAMATION ESTABLISHMENT OF THE HARRIET TUBMAN — UNDERGROUND RAILROAD NATIONAL MON Read more ... UMENT BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Harriet Tubman is an American hero. She was born enslaved, liberated herself, and returned to the area of her birth many times to lead family, friends, and other enslaved African Americans north to freedom. Harriet Tubman fought tirelessly for the Union cause, for the rights of enslaved people, for the rights of women, and for the rights of all. She was a leader in the struggle for civil rights who was forever motivated by her love of family and community and by her deep and abiding faith. Born Araminta Ross in 1822 in Dorchester County, Maryland, on the plantation where her parents were enslaved, she took the name “Harriet” at the time she married John Tubman, a free black man, around 1844. Harriet Tubman lived and worked enslaved in this area from her childhood until she escaped to freedom at age 27 in 1849. She returned to Dorchester County approximately 13 times to free family, friends, and other enslaved African Americans, becoming one of the most prominent “conductors” on the Underground Railroad. In 1859, she purchased a farm in Auburn, New York, and established a home for her family and others, which anchored the remaining years of her life. In the Civil War she supported the Union forces as a scout, spy, and nurse to African-American soldiers on battlefields and later at Fort Monroe, Virginia. ---------------------- Celebrate Black History Daily with The Gist of Freedom, your black history Internet Radio Show http://www.blackhistoryBlog.com -------------------- After the war, she established the Harriet Tubman Home for the Aged, which institutionalized a pattern of her life — caring for African Americans in need. In 1868, the great civil rights leader Frederick Douglass wrote to Harriet Tubman: I have had the applause of the crowd and the satisfaction that comes of being approved by the multitude, while the most that you have done has been witnessed by a few trembling, scarred, and foot-sore bondmen and women, whom you have led out of the house of bondage, and whose heartfelt “God bless you” has been your only reward. The midnight sky and the silent stars have been the witnesses of your devotion to freedom and of your heroism. The “midnight sky and the silent stars” and the Dorchester County landscape of Harriet Tubman’s homeland remain much as they were in her time there. If she were to return to this area today, Harriet Tubman would recognize it. It was in the flat, open fields, marsh, and thick woodlands of Dorchester County that Tubman became physically and spiritually strong. Many of the places in which she grew up and worked still remain. Stewart’s Canal at the western edge of this historic area was constructed over 20 years by enslaved and free African Americans. This 8-mile long waterway, completed in the 1830s, connected Parsons Creek and Blackwater River with Tobacco Stick Bay (known today as Madison Bay) and opened up some of Dorchester’s more remote territory for timber and agricultural products to be shipped to Baltimore markets. Tubman lived near here while working for John T. Stewart. The canal, the waterways it opened to the Chesapeake Bay, and the Blackwater River were the means of conveying goods, lumber, and those seeking freedom. And the small ports were places for connecting the enslaved with the world outside the Eastern Shore, places on the path north to freedom. Near the canal is the Jacob Jackson Home Site, 480 acres of flat farmland, woodland, and wetland that was the site of one of the first safe houses along the Underground Railroad. Jackson was a free black man to whom Tubman appealed for assistance in 1854 in attempting to retrieve her brothers and who, because he was literate, would have been an important link in the local communication network. The Jacob Jackson Home Site has been donated to the United States. Further reinforcing the historical significance and integrity of these sites is their proximity to other important sites of Tubman’s life and work. She was born in the heart of this area at Peter’s Neck at the end of Harrisville Road, on the farm of Anthony Thompson. Nearby is the farm that belonged to Edward Brodess, enslaver of Tubman’s mother and her children. The James Cook Home Site is where Tubman was hired out as a child. She remembered the harsh treatment she received here, long afterward recalling that even when ill, she was expected to wade into swamps throughout the cold winter to haul muskrat traps. A few miles from the James Cook Home Site is the Bucktown Crossroads, where a slave overseer hit the 13-year-old Tubman with a heavy iron as she attempted to protect a young fleeing slave, resulting in an injury that affected Tubman for the rest of her life. A quarter mile to the north are Scotts Chapel and the associated African-American graveyard. The church was founded in 1812 as a Methodist congregation. Later, in the mid-19th century, African Americans split off from the congregation and formed Bazel Church. Across from Scotts Chapel is an African-American graveyard with headstones dating to 1792. Bazel Church is located nearby on a 1-acre clearing edged by the road and otherwise surrounded by cultivated fields and forest. According to tradition, this is where African Americans worshipped outdoors during Tubman’s time. The National Park Service has found this landscape in Dorchester County to be nationally significant because of its deep association with Tubman and the Underground Railroad. It is representative of the landscape of this region in the early and mid-19th century when enslavers and enslaved worked the farms and forests. This is the landscape where free African Americans and the enslaved led a clandestine movement of people out of slavery towards the North Star of freedom. These sites were places where enslaved and free African Americans intermingled. Moreover, these sites fostered an environment that enabled free individuals to provide aid and guidance to those enslaved who were seeking freedom. This landscape, including the towns, roads, and paths within it, and its critical waterways, was the means for communication and the path to freedom. The Underground Railroad was everywhere within it. Much of the landscape in Dorchester County that is Harriet Tubman’s homeland, including a portion of Stewart’s Canal, is now part of Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge provides vital habitat for migratory birds, fish, and wildlife that are components of this historic landscape. Management of the Refuge by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has played an important role in the protection of much of the historic landscape that was formative to Harriet Tubman’s life and experiences. The Refuge has helped to conserve the landscape since 1933 and will continue to conserve, manage, and restore this diverse assemblage of wetlands, uplands, and aquatic habitats that play such an important role in telling the story of the cultural history of the area. In the midst of this landscape, the State of Maryland is developing the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park on a 17-acre parcel. The State of Maryland and the Federal Government will work closely together in managing these special places within their respective jurisdictions to preserve this critically important era in American history. Harriet Tubman is revered by many as a freedom seeker and leader of the Underground Railroad. Although Harriet Tubman is known widely, no Federal commemorative site has heretofore been established in her honor, despite the magnitude of her contributions and her national and international stature. WHEREAS members of the Congress, the Governor of Maryland, the City of Cambridge, and other State, local, and private interests have expressed support for the timely establishment of a national monument in Dorchester County commemorating Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad to protect the integrity of the evocative landscape and preserve its historic features; WHEREAS section 2 of the Act of June 8, 1906 (34 Stat. 225, 16 U.S.C. 431) (the “Antiquities Act”), authorizes the President, in his discretion, to declare by public proclamation historic landmarks, historic and prehistoric structures, and other objects of historic or scientific interest that are situated upon the lands owned or controlled by the Government of the United States to be national monuments, and to reserve as a part thereof parcels of land, the limits of which in all cases shall be confined to the smallest area compatible with the proper care and management of the objects to be protected; WHEREAS it is in the public interest to preserve and protect the objects of historic and scientific interest associated with Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad in Dorchester County, Maryland; NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by the authority vested in me by section 2 of the Antiquities Act, hereby proclaim, set apart, and reserve as the Harriet Tubman — Underground Railroad National Monument (monument), the objects identified above and all lands and interests in lands owned or controlled by the Government of the United States within the boundaries described on the accompanying map, which is attached to and forms a part of this proclamation, for the purpose of protecting those objects. These reserved Federal lands and interests in lands encompass approximately 11,750 acres, which is the smallest area compatible with the proper care and management of the objects to be protected. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this twenty-fifth day of March, in the year of our Lord two thousand thirteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-seventh. BARACK OBAMA ------------- “The last few days I have been speaking to some of the direct descendants of Harriet Tubman,” -Simmons tweeted. “ They have not only accepted my apology but we agree that we should begin immediately to develop the story of Harriet Tubman.” -------------- Harriet Tubman's Niece's Letter (Judith G. Bryant) "Your disgusting portrayal of one of America's most beloved heroines is simply inexplicable.Unforgivable. And you thought this was funny? No excuses possible. Your insolent apologies are embarrassing. For all your millions, you are worth zero to me. Please, don't use any of them in connection with her name ever again." -------------- Join The Gist of Freedom, on WWW.BuriedBlackHistory.com as we continue this discussion with Dr. Kaye Whitehead, Loyola University Maryland Click here to listen http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackhistory/2013/08/23/simmons-redemption-tubman-sex-tape-tubman-nieces-letter — with Preston Washington.
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Stewart/Hunter Exceptional Family Member Program
Tea Time With Toddlers: Join our Family Advoacy Program as they bring back this very special event. Parents with children ages 0-4 years of age are invited to Tea Time, 16 April. Space is limited and registration is a must in order to fully prepare. Read more ... Please call Fort Stewart (912) 767-2882 to register by 31 March 2015.
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Stewart/Hunter Exceptional Family Member Program
If you are interested in connecting and networking with other local Families enrolled in EFMP then this closed Facebook group might be something for you. Check it out. It's free. ;-) The plan is that the ACS EFMP staff members currently in the group Read more ... will eventually leave the group. Fort Stewart / Hunter Comprehensive EFMP Family Support Red de Familias Inscritas en el EFMP en Fort Stewart/ HAAF
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The TRICARE Comprehensive Autism Care Demonstration (Autism Care Demo) covers applied behavior analysis (ABA) for all TRICARE beneficiaries diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
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David Real leather, in great shape. Has brand new feet altogether worth $100. Asking $175. Hinesville/Fort Stewart area.
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K. ATTENTION COTTONBALERS! There has been a challenge laid down by 3/15th Infantry Battalion that says no one can beet their attendance at the upcoming 24th ID reunion! Shall 3/7th respond and meet the challenge? Sure would like to have a whole battalio Read more ... n of you show up! The 24th Infantry Division Desert Storm Reunion at Fort Stewart, GA will be held Feb 26, 27 and 28th with the main events on Friday the 27th. The official reunion itinerary has been announced on the reunion page at https://www.facebook.com/24thIDreunion The memorial wreath laying ceremony will be held at 1100 hrs on the 27th. Many have been working on this reunion for the past 4 years and it is going to be a great one. If you served with the mighty 24th Victory Division be sure LIKE our page then visit the events page there and click "Going" as well as let us know there if you would like to volunteer to help with the reunion. It is going to be a great time reuniting, sharing stories and honoring our brothers and sisters of the Victory Division! The HQ Hotel for the reunion is Econo Lodge of Hinesville (912) 368-2275 which is very nice and providing us a nice group discount. Call for Reservations and be sure you clearly state you are with the 24th Infantry Division Desert Storm Reunion to get the discount. Spread the word with everyone, call up your buds, send emails, facebook post, whatever it takes to get your troops to the Reunion! If you served with the 24th ID - SOUND OFF here with your Company and Battalion name! "VICTORY!" First To Fight! The Victory Division Desrt Storm Reunion Team
24th Infantry Division Desert Storm Reunion
24th Infantry Division Veterans that served in Operation Desert Shield and Storm Reunion 26-28 February 2015 Fort Stewart, GA
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K. The 24th Infantry Division Desert Storm Reunion at Fort Stewart, GA will be held Feb 26, 27 and 28th with the main events on Friday the 27th. The official reunion itinerary has been announced on the reunion page at https://www.facebook.com/24thIDreun Read more ... ion The memorial wreath laying ceremony will be held at 1100 hrs on the 27th. Many have been working on this reunion for the past 4 years and it is going to be a great one. If you served with the mighty 24th Victory Division be sure LIKE our page then visit the events page there and click "Going" as well as let us know there if you would like to volunteer to help with the reunion. It is going to be a great time reuniting, sharing stories and honoring our brothers and sisters of the Victory Division! The HQ Hotel for the reunion is Econo Lodge of Hinesville (912) 368-2275 which is very nice and providing us a nice group discount. Call for Reservations and be sure you clearly state you are with the 24th Infantry Division Desert Storm Reunion to get the discount. Spread the word with everyone, call up your buds, send emails, facebook post, whatever it takes to get your troops to the Reunion! If you served with the 24th ID - SOUND OFF here with your Company and Battalion name! "VICTORY!" First To Fight! The Victory Division Desrt Storm Reunion Team
24th Infantry Division Desert Storm Reunion
24th Infantry Division Veterans that served in Operation Desert Shield and Storm Reunion 26-28 February 2015 Fort Stewart, GA
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A #ViperFocusDay1 is in the books. We made it safe and are in the sacred training ground of Fort Stewart. Tomorrow I will post pictures of the sleeping area, ranges, and training. Assassins - great motivation; families thanks for the support! ATK! S Read more ... trike to Kill! ~A6
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Lenny Stationed there as the Task Force Falcon Chaplain for the 2nd Brigade of the 101st Airborne and 2nd Brigade, 3d Infantry Division out of Fort Campbell, KY and Fort Stewart, GA. POTUS and FLOTUS visited us in July. a couple months before 9/11
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Tiffany Louise Sessions Top Two Rows and Bottom Left and Center: Tiffany, circa 1989; Bottom Right: Age-progression at age 44 (circa 2012) Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance Missing Since: February 9, 1989 from Gainesville, Fl Read more ... orida Classification: Endangered Missing Date Of Birth: October 29, 1968 Age: 20 years old Height and Weight: 5'3, 125 pounds Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian female. Blonde hair, brown eyes. Tiffany's lower front tooth is chipped. She has a crescent-shaped scar on her left knuckle. Her family nickname is Tiffy. Clothing/Jewelry Description: Red sweatpants, a long-sleeved white pullover sweatshirt with gray horizontal stripes and the word "Aspen" stitched in green lettering on the lower front of the collar, blue or white low-cut Reebok sneakers and a two-tone ladies' silver and gold Rolex watch with a blue-tinted face and the serial number R-6009006. Details of Disappearance Tiffany was a junior at the University of Florida in Gainesville in 1989; she majored in finance. She resided in the 2600 block of southwest 35th Place in Casablanca East Condominiums. Tiffany told her roommate she was going to take a walk along Williston Road at approximately 6:00 p.m. on February 9, 1989. Witnesses saw a woman matching Tiffany's description speaking to several unidentified individuals in a vehicle shortly afterwards. The woman may have entered the car, but the witnesses were uncertain. Authorities have never confirmed if the person was Tiffany. She has never been heard from again. Tiffany was carrying a black Sony Walkman radio at the time of her disappearance. She left her wallet, keys and identification inside her residence. Michael Christopher Knickbocker was considered a possible suspect in Tiffany's case for many years. He was sentenced to five terms of life in prison in 1990 for the 1989 rape of a 20-year-old Gainesville college student. He had a prior record for sex offenses and other crimes. In 2005, he pleaded no contest to first-degree murder in the 1989 shooting death of a twelve-year-old Starke, Florida girl. He was given an additional life sentence for the crime and will be 74 years old by the time he becomes eligible for parole. A photo of Knickerbocker is posted below this case summary. He allegedly told other inmates that he chained Tiffany to a tree near Gainesville on the night of her disappearance. Knickbocker claimed that he murdered her shortly afterwards and disposed of her remains in the Calosahatchee River near Fort Myers, Florida. Investigators searched the area after receiving the information from an informant, but no evidence was found at the scene. Authorities stated that materials connected to Tiffany's disappearance may have been lost in the surf as a result of the time lapse. It may be worth noting that Knickerbocker lived near the victim he killed and near the scene of his prior rape, but he wasn't living in Gainesville when Tiffany disappeared. Knickbocker also mentioned that Tiffany's sweatshirt was buried outside of Gainesville. Investigators searched the specified location in August 2002 and recovered a piece of blood-soaked material. Authorities tested the material to determine if Tiffany's DNA was on the item. The results have not been publicly announced. Several media outlets reported that the material did not appear to originate from a sweatshirt. In 1994, a missing children's hotline received a bizarre anonymous call about Tiffany's case. The caller stated that he or she had seen Tiffany together with Tracy Kroh and Elizabeth Miller and that the three young women were being held against their will in Austin, Texas and forced to work as prostitutes. Tracy disappeared from Pennsylvania in 1989, and Elizabeth from Colorado in 1983, and no one had suggested the cases were related. The tipster claimed the three women were being held by a man named Thomas Stewart and traveling in a white van with Florida license plates and a blue/gray van with unknown license plates. Police from all three states investigated the tip but decided it was probably a hoax. Tiffany's mother hired Florida-based psychic John Monti after her daughter disappeared. She said that he demanded money in return for his services and never produced any evidence related to Tiffany's case. Monti denied her allegations and professed surprise that she was not pleased with his assistance. He claimed that he gave authorities the name of a prison inmate who was enrolled in a work-release program near the Gainesville campus in 1989. Monti said that he believed the individual was involved in Tiffany's disappearance. He also claimed that he recommended investigators search remote areas of the campus for evidence. Monti also assisted Kelli Cox's mother search for her daughter, who disappeared from Texas in 1997. In February 2014, nearly 25 years after Tiffany's disappearance, a suspect was named in her kidnapping and presumed murder: Paul Rowles. A photo of Rowles is posted below this case summary. He had been sentenced to life in prison for a 1976 murder in Miami-Dade County, Florida, but was released from prison in 1985. In 1994, he was sentenced on multiple nineteen counts including sexual battery, attempted sexual battery, kidnapping and lewd and lascivious molestion. (His victim in that case, a nineteen-year-old Clearwater, Florida woman, managed to escape.) He died of natural causes in 2013 at the age of 64, still in prison. Investigators believe Rowles was a serial killer and Tiffany was his second victim. They're searching for her body near the site where his other known murder victim was buried. Shortly after his death, DNA linked him to the unsolved murder of a 21-year-old woman whose body was found in a shallow grave only about a mile from where Tiffany disappeared. He is known to have delivered scaffolding to a construction project along Tiffany's jogging path. Authorities also found a day planner Rowles kept in prison which, while it did not mention Tiffany's name, did have the number 2 written next to the date of her disappearance. The Rolex company has "flagged" Tiffany's watch, so they will be notified if anyone tries to sell or pawn it. The watch can be identified by its unique serial number. Tiffany's case remains unsolved. There have not been any arrests in connection to her disappearance. Left: Michael Knickerbocker; Right: Paul Rowles Investigating Agency If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Alachua County Sheriff's Office 352-367-4161 Source Information The National Center for Missing Adults Child Protection Of America The Gainesville Sun WSVN TV-7 The Independent Florida Alligator The Doe Network The Dallas Observer NewsLibrary The St. Petersburg Times TiffanySessions.com Fox 13 Tampa Bay Unsolved in the News The Ocala Star-Banner Florida Department of Corrections News4Jax Fox News WVZN-HD ABC 7
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With the clipping of a pair scissors by the Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield Garrison Commander Col. Kevin Gregory and Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Myron J. Lewis, backed by a team of military and Civilian certified tax preparers, Jan. 29, the Marne T Read more ... ax Centers at both Stewart and Hunter are now offi…
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