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VMHC Movie Mythbusting | Harriet - Shared screen with speaker view
Mike & Wendy Collins
14:46
Mike & Wendy Collins from Chesterfield Co
Maggie (VMHC)
14:53
Hi Everyone! As always, feel free to introduce yourself in the chat!
Maggie (VMHC)
15:02
Oops Mike and Wendy, you beat us to it - you know the drill!
Margaret Gunn
16:44
I'm Margaret but on Ken's PC! Williamsburg
Vicki Simons
16:49
John and Vicki from Moseley
Phil Finnegan
16:58
Hi Everyone - Phil and Tanya from Annandale
Deborah Garrison
17:08
Debe and John .Fredericksburg
Susan Douglas
17:16
Susan - 1st movie myth. I'm in Henrico.
Martha Livingston
17:25
Martha & Chris from Sandston, VA
Maggie (VMHC)
24:04
I was mad at him!
Phil Finnegan
24:12
realistic that he would move on - but still mad too
Mike & Wendy Collins
24:15
heartbreaking
Glenna Bailey
24:17
Hello all from Glenna
Deborah Garrison
24:28
sad but true
Martha Livingston
24:32
disappointed
Glenna Bailey
24:34
tearful
Margaret Gunn
25:38
I am now mad but now I must see the movie!
Margaret Gunn
27:30
BTW, we have a Harriet Tubman Street in Williamsburg! This is from Margaret--but shows Me!
Maggie (VMHC)
44:37
hi everyone! as Rachel wraps up, feel free to drop any questions or comments in the chat
Janice Jones
47:18
Great presentation! Thanks!
Mike & Wendy Collins
48:06
Did Harriet actually hold a gun on some of the people who she was trying to rescue?
Martha Livingston
48:35
Do know anything about who Harriot married, how old was she when she married a second time and did she have children?
Tanya
48:55
Was music used as a signaling device as shown in the music - to say good bye for example from afar
Martha Livingston
54:18
Was Harriot known as Moses?
Vicki Simons
54:20
Are you aware that some scenes were filmed at our local Berkeley Plantation?
Vicki Simons
55:27
Berkeley said that the slave cabins added near the house were added for the filming.
Glenna Bailey
55:57
dThe house with the giant boxwoods looked familiar.
Margaret Gunn
56:29
Is anyone studying the Jacob House on Cary? It was historically atop the Underground Railroad. My great great grandparents bought it in 1858 for a rental house. Later VCU moved it across the street because they used the original property as a parking lot. Margaret
Vicki Simons
56:40
thanks in advance for the resources; we look forward to seeing them
Susan Douglas
58:21
Thank you...enjoyed it.
Mike & Wendy Collins
58:23
A great job, as usual...thanks!
Vicki Simons
58:29
thank you!
Tenika Tyson-Wood
58:44
thank you