Harriet Tubman

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In History
  • Birth of Harriet Tubman

    Birth of Harriet Tubman
    Harriet Tubman (born Araminta Ross March 1820) Because Harriet was born into slavery, records of her exact date of birth is not recorded.
  • Marriage

    1844 Harriet married a free black man name John Tubman. The exact day and month for Harriet's marriage is unknown.
  • Escape from Slavery

    Escape from Slavery
    To escape to the north and be free from slavery was accomplished in 1849. The exact day and month for Harriet Tubman's freedom is unknown.
  • The Rescue of Harriet's sister

    The Rescue of Harriet's sister
    Harriet Tubman successfully rescued her sister from slavery on this year. The month and day of this achievement is unknown.
  • Beaufort, South Carolina

    Beaufort, South Carolina
    Harriet moved to Beaufort, South Carolina to help Sea Islanders slaves transition from bondage to freedom. The date and month for this event is unknown.
  • Colored Hospital at Fortress Monroe, Virginia

    Harriet began caring for wounded soldiers at The Colored Hospital at Fortress Monroe in Virginia. The day and month where this event took place is unknown.
  • Home for Aged & Indigent Colored People

    Harriet transformed her family's home into the Home for Aged & Indigent Colord people. The day and month for this event is unknown.
  • Silver Medal

    Silver Medal
    In 1897, Queen Victoria awarded Harriet Tubamn for her bravery and dedication. The day and month for which Harriet was awarded the Silver Medal is unknown.
  • The death date of Harriet Tubman

    The death date of Harriet Tubman
    She died at the age of 91 on March 10, 1913 in Auburn, New York. Harriet was not afraid to fight for the freedom and rights of African-Americans. Her life told a story of hard work, dedication, and inspiration to all of those who were oppressed and denied their civil rights.
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    The rescue of Harriet's four brothers and parents

    1851 Harriet successfully freed one brother from slavery. Three years later in 1854 Harriet managed to rescue the other three brothers from slavery. In 1857 Harriet's family was together as a whole living as freed slaves. The date and month where these events took place is unknown.
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    The Union Army

    Harriet Tubman served with the Union Army as a cook, laundress, nurse, scout, and a spy behind Confederate lines. The date and month for which this event took place is unknown.