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    Default Aaron Copland and 'Appalachian Spring,' the music of America - Los Angeles Times


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    This is the first I have heard that the AT was the "slave route to freedom". Is this documented anywhere?
    I realize the AT as we know it was not "connected" or finished until the 1930's and was comprised of several shorter trails in various places. Interesting.

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    Here is a link to an article that may help explain the AT connection with the underground railroad: https://appalachiantrail.org/official-blog/underground-railroad-at-hike/
    Just found it searching Google. Hope the link works.

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    Sorry, link not working. I cant figure out how to edit it.

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    Thank You!

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    Thank you!

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