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A problem with this account, however, is that the use of red and green as signal colors dates back to World War I railroad signals, long after the late-1700s as suggested by Blockson. Nevertheless, it is possible that runaway slaves and their supporters used red colors to indicate danger and green colors to mean it was safe to stop. After all, it only needed to be understood by runaway slaves and their helpers, and any agreed upon signals could work. For example, a scarf of any color around the jockey's arm might mean safety.
Another potential problem with this story is that runaway slaves often traveled at night and the darkness would have made it difficult to see different shades of cloth; difficult, to be sure, but not impossible. Frankly, no system for escape was without problems for the slave. If a slave had to get precariously close to a home to see the signal, well, that is what he or she had to do. And, though it was not preferred, some runaway slaves traveled in daylight. Of course, a signal would have been easy to send by lighting a lantern and placing it in the hand of the lawn jockey so that light-off might have meant that the house was full and had no more room for runaways. I do not doubt that a black-faced lawn ornament was used as a signal to slaves. After all, there had to be ways to send otherwise cryptic messages to runaways, and given that slavery lasted more than two hundred years, it is likely that it happened at least once. Nevertheless, there is little evidence that this practice was widespread.
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