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This is America's oldest running black-owned business
by Parija Kavilanz, CNN Business; Photographs by Maddie McGarvey for CNN
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4 March 2019
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Over the past 138 years, a small business in Columbus, Ohio, has persevered through the Great Depression, two World Wars, the Great Recession, and 25 Presidents. But E.E. Ward Moving
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The company, which started off with just two horses and a wagon, has endured and evolved over the decades. ... E.E. Ward's legacy traces back to the 1840s, when John T. Ward served as a conductor on the Underground Railroad. He used his horses and wagon to help slaves escape to freedom through a network of hiding places and safe houses.
During the Civil War, Ward scored government contracts to haul supplies and equipment for the US Army. His son, William Ward, eventually took an interest in the business and learned the ropes.
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