Harriet Tubman

A Reference Guide to Her Life and Works
by Kate Clifford Larson (Author)
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Harriet Ross Tubman, born enslaved in Maryland emerged from the most oppressive of conditions to lead others to freedom along the Underground Railroad and then continue her fight against slavery on the battlefields of the Civil War. During the last fifty years of her life in New York she campaigned for voting and civil rights, became an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, community organizer and leader.

Harriet Tubman: A Reference Guide to Her Life and Works captures her life, her works, and legacy. It features a chronology, an introduction offers a brief account of her life, a dictionary section lists entries on people, places, and events central to Tubman’s life as an enslaved person, liberator, abolitionist, soldier, spy, wife, mother, and public figure, and includes the most recent research findings and the latest efforts to memorialize her.

Format
EPUB
Protection
DRM Protected
Publication date
May 16, 2022
Publisher
Collection
Page count
254
ISBN
9781538113578
Paper ISBN
9781538113561
File size
6 MB
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