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Harriet Tubman

  • important ploaces!!!

    important ploaces!!!
    the map of harriets life
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    her life!!!

    what shes been through!!!
  • letter!!!

    Notice published in the Cambridge Democrat, offering a three hundred dollar reward for Araminta (Minty) and her brothers Harry and Ben
  • Frederick Douglass

    Frederick Douglass
    Frederick Douglass, who worked for slavery's abolition alongside Tubman and praised her in printBecause the Fugitive Slave Law had made the northern United States more dangerous for escaped slaves, many began migrating further north to Canada. In December 1851, Tubman guided an unidentified group of eleven fugitives – possibly including the Bowleys and several others she had helped rescue earlier – northward. There is evidence to suggest that Tubman and her group stopped at the home of abolition
  • Jonh Brown!!!

    Jonh Brown!!!
    Tubman helped John Brown (pictured) plan and recruit for the raid at Harpers Ferry
  • Union Grnrtal David Hunter!!!

    Union Grnrtal David Hunter!!!
    Union General David Hunter worked with Tubman during the Civil War and shared her abolitionist views
  • Susan B. Anthony

    Susan B. Anthony
    Susan B. Anthony worked with Tubman for women's suffrage
  • Her family!!!

    Her family!!!
    Tubman (far left), with Davis (seated, with cane), their adopted daughter Gertie (beside Tubman), Lee Cheney, John "Pop" Alexander, Walter Green, Blind "Aunty" Sarah Parker, and great-niece, Dora Stewart at Tubman's home in Auburn, New York circa 1887
  • Harriet Tubman

    Harriet Tubman
    Harriet Tubman, 1911