Table of contents for I've got a home in glory land : the true story of two runaway slaves whose flight to freedom changed history / Karolyn Smardz Frost.

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Introduction 	vii
Prologue	xxviii
Chapter 1: Wade in the Water, Now Children	1
Chapter 2: There is a Land Beyond the River	18
Chapter 3: Bound Away to a Land Not My Own	51
Chapter 4: On Jordan¿s Bank	87
Chapter 5: Troubling the Waters	121
Chapter 6: Jordan River, I¿m Bound to Go	151
Chapter 7: Now Let Me Fly	186
Chapter 8: Steal Away, Steal Away, I Ain¿t Got Long to Stay Here	212
Chapter 9: Tell Old Pharaoh To Let My People Go!	243
Chapter 10: Oh, Freedom!	283
Chapter 11: One More River to Cross	314
Chapter 12: At Home in the Promised Land	356
Chapter 13: Soldiers in the Army of the Lord	389
Chapter 14: Gird Up Your Sword	420
Chapter 15: Oh, Wasn¿t That A Wide River	446
Epilogue	476
Acknowledgements	487
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Blackburn, Thornton, 1813 or 4-1890.
Blackburn, Lucie, d. 1895.
Fugitive slaves -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Biography.
African Americans -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Biography.
Toronto (Ont.) -- Biography.
Slaves -- Kentucky -- Biography.
African Americans -- Kentucky -- Biography.
Underground railroad.
Antislavery movements -- North America.