Ona Judge: The slave who ran away from George Washington

In this photo taken Friday, Sept. 29, 2017 in Greenland, N.H., John Brackett holds the headstone of Phillis Jack, whose family offered shelter to Ona Judge, a slave who was owned by George Washington’s family and escaped to New Hampshire in 1796. The burial site is hidden in the woods on property owned by Brackett near where Judge and the Jack family lived. (AP Photo/Michael Casey)


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