General Harriet Tubman
Written by Earl Conrad and originally published by Carter G. Woodson and the The Associated Publishers in 1943 and 1990, General Harriet Tubman is a well-researched and documented biography. It draws on the accounts of Tubman's living relatives and others with expert knowledge of the period in which she lived.…
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General Harriet Tubman provides an in-depth look at Tubman’s leadership legacy.
You discover her passion for justice and commitment to ensuring freedom for all. Most publications on Tubman focus on her role in the Underground Railroad. Her courage and tenacity helped many to break free from the bondage of slavery. This is only one dimension of her life. She was also a spy for the Union Army.
In addition, she helped to organize a community in Canada for hundreds who had escaped from slavery and reclaimed their liberty.
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