fodder house

fodder house

A small shedlike structure for storing coarse food for livestock.
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It was late Christmas Eve when they arrived, and she bypassed the cabin and established a command post in the fodder house. This was a tactical decision, which speaks volumes for the iron discipline Tubman demanded of herself and others.
As they waited, they watched the mother and father through wide chinks in the boards of the fodder house. All day long, at measured intervals, the mother would come out of the cabin and look down the road to see if "the boys" were on their way.
The Eastern Shore, with its forests and hills and rivers and creeks, was home base for Tubman, and she quickly and expertly led the group to the cabin of her elderly parents It was late Christmas Eve when they arrived, and she bypassed the cabin and established a command post in the fodder house. This was a tactical decision, which speaks volumes for the iron discipline Tubman demanded of herself and others.