Factual error: When John meets a group of escaped slaves in the swamp, he gives them a newspaper clipping about the Emancipation Proclamation. The leader of the group calls it a message from "The White House." From the time it was built until President Theodore Roosevelt, the president's residence was known at "The Executive Mansion." It was President Roosevelt who changed the name to "The White House."
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