Harriet Tubman

By 1551419
  • I was born on March 3rd to a wonderful family

    I was born on March 3rd to a wonderful family
    This image portrays where I was born
  • I started my first outside job as a nursemaid

    In 1825, I began my first job outside of the plantation. I was a nursemaid, but I was severly beaten everytime the baby would cry.
  • I was severly beaten by an evil man

    Harriet Tubman was hit in the head by a heavy metal object. This began her life of frequent seizures, headaches, and "visions."
  • I married John Tubman

    In 1844, I married John Tubman. He became a mean man once we got married and told me that if I ever tried to runaway, he would tell my master.
  • On September 17, I finally became a free woman

    Harriet and her two brothers escape from their slave plantation. Her brothers turn back, but Harriet makes it to Pennsylvania, a free state.
  • In 1850, I began working with Thomas Garrett and Frederick Douglass

    In 1850, I began working with Thomas Garrett and Frederick Douglass
  • This day changed my life forever, I became a conductor for the Underground Railroad

    This day changed my life forever, I became a conductor for the Underground Railroad
    Harriet helps her niece's family escape from slavery through the Underground Railroad. Beginning her journey as a major conductor for the Underground Railroad. (This image portrays the routes of the Underground Railroad)
  • The Fugitive Act of 1850 forced me to re-route the Underground Railroad.

    The Fugitive Act of 1850 forced me to re-route the Underground Railroad.
    I had to re-route the path of the Underground Railroad to go through Canada, where it would be safe.
  • The Harper's Ferry Raid

    The Harper's Ferry Raid
    I met a nice man named John Brown, he calls me General Tubman. I have been helping him to recruit soldiers for a raid he's prepping for. (The image portrays the Harper's Ferry Raid)
  • My poor sister has passed

    I went back on one last mission to rescue my sister out of slavery, but unforunately when I went back, I discovered she had died. Luckily, I was still able to help someone though, I brought the Ennals family to safety.
  • My true hero, Abraham Lincoln was elected into Presidency

    My true hero, Abraham Lincoln was elected into Presidency
  • The war has begun

    The Civil war began today. I'm helping out in every way I can. I've been acting as a nurse, a cook, a recruiter, and even a spy!
  • Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation

    <a href='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xh3-9R7Q0OE'>
    (Link to a video)^^^
    Abraham Lincoln, such a great man, issued the Emancipation Proclamation that set my brothers and sisters free.
  • The first time I ever led soldiers into battle

    <a href='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK2GRE8UVRs'

    (Link to a video) ^^^
    I've been told that I apparently am the first woman to ever lead an assault. I led my men into battle at the Combahee River Raid and we were able to set 700 slaves free!
  • I married my second husband, Nelson Davis

    I married my true love, Nelson Davis.
  • Nelson and I adopted our first child

    Nelson and I adopted our first child
    In 1874, we adopted a baby girl that we named Gertie. The picture on the right is a portrait of Nelson, Gertie, and I.
  • I've been giving speeches to help women

    I've been helping with the women's suffrage movement by giving speeches in places like Boston,Washington, and New York.
  • I gave my friends and family a message.

    "I go to prepare a place for you."
  • I went to a better place

    I went to a better place
    Harriet Tubman died
  • She was buried with military honors in Fort Hill Cemetery in New York.