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Harriet Tubman Facts
A profile of Harriet Tubman, a slave who escaped to freedom and then helped more than 300 other slaves escape. She was an abolitionist and proponent of Civil Rights in addition to being a Civil War soldier and spy.
Harriet Tubman Biography: Life in Slavery
Harriet Tubman's early life as a slave, her first marriage to a free black man, and her escape to the North and freedom.
Harriet Tubman Biography: Underground Railroad Conductor, Abolitionist
Harriet Tubman was not satisfied with her own freedom. She returned to the South many times to free her family members and others, taking them to the North or Canada to freedom. She also spoke for the anti-slavery cause and for women's rights.
Harriet Tubman Biography: Civil War Service
During the Civil War, Harriet Tubman organized a network of spies and scouts for the Union, and was an organizer and participant in some raids.
Harriet Tubman Biography: Later Years
Harriet Tubman spent nearly a half century after the end of the Civil War in New York, helping indigent elderly African Americans, speaking of her famous exploits, and even speaking for women's rights.
Harriet Tubman Pictures
Pictures of Harriet Tubman, underground railroad conductor and advocate of human rights.
Harriet Tubman Bibliography
An extensive bibliography of print resources for further research on Harriet Tubman, conductor on the Underground Railroad.
Harriet Tubman Quotes
A collection of quotations about and by Harriet Tubman.
Harriet Tubman - Bibliography
A bibliography of print resources on Harriet Tubman, essential to consult when writing a research paper on Harriet Tubman or if you just want to know more about this fascinating, multi-faceted woman.
Harriet Tubman biography written by Mary Bellis, About.com Guide to Inventors.