Harriet Tubman in Her Own Words

Harriet Tubman in Her Own Words

Author - Julia McDonnell

Harriet Tubman in Her Own Words
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Harriet Tubman displayed courage leading fugitive slaves to freedom and never lost a “passenger" as a conductor on the Underground Railroad.

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