Harriet Tubman: Moses of Our People

By Tawanna Browne Smith | March 10 is Harriet Tubman Day in Maryland. Here lies within the woman who freed a thousand slaves.

The two-pound weight said to have been thrown at Harriet Tubman by accident, causing life-long neurological damage.

The courthouse in Dorchester County, MD where enslaved African Americans were auctioned, tried or jailed.

The farm in Dorchester County, MD where Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery.

An exhibit inside the Harriet Tubman Visitor Center showing a depiction of her rescuing enslaved women and children from the waters of the Congahee River in South Carolina.

We have GPS and bridges today (and freedom) - imagine trying to cross all that water without either to escape hell also known as slavery and your life? Right! You can't imagine. Neither can I. #HarrietTubman

The North side of the new Harriet Tubman Visitor Center designed to look much like a barn.

Where did Harriet Tubman Live: A Guide On What To See

“I freed a thousand slaves I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.” – Harriet Tubman Where did Harriet Tubman live? In …

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'We Tell The Story': Md. Visitor Center Honors Tubman's Life

By the time she decided to run, Harriet Tubman knew the forests and marshes of Maryland's Eastern Shore like the back of her hand.<p>She ran through the …

How about a Harriet Tubman Day?

If anyone is due love on a national scale, and at least a fraction of the $18 billion we spend each year on Valentine’s Day, it is Harriet Tubman, a …

10 things you have to see in Harriet Tubman's birthplace

A history of slavery, heartache and freedom dot this Eastern Shore landscape<p>“When the good old ship of Zion comes along, be ready to step aboard.” - …

A glimpse into history: Photo of young Harriet Tubman surfaces

A newly surfaced photo of abolitionist Harriet Tubman as a young woman will be auctioned in New York City next month.<p>The photo was discovered in an album once owned by a prominent abolitionist, according to auction house Swann Auction Galleries.<p>The artifact is one of two Tubman photos in a …

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'Underground' Star Aisha Hinds: Chance to Play Harriet Tubman 'Mind-Blowing' (Exclusive Video)

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New national park celebrates Harriet Tubman's legacy

By Megan Thompson and Mori Rothman<p><b>KAREN HILL:</b> If you step onto these grounds, you know that you’re in a hallowed place.<p><b>MEGAN THOMPSON:</b> This property …

Harriet Tubman fled a life of slavery in Maryland. Now a new visitor center opens on the land she escaped.

CHURCH CREEK, MD. — She preferred moving in the darkness of long winter nights. She didn’t wait for late passengers: The “train” for Zion always left on time. And she carried a pistol, in case of trouble or flagging hearts.<p>Her branch of the line began here, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, near places …

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At new national park, a window into Harriet Tubman’s life after the Underground Railroad

Following her missions on the Underground Railroad and service with the Union Army, Harriet Tubman began a new phase of her life in the central New …

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Foundation Raises Funds to Save Photo of Harriet Tubman

The Harriet Tubman Home is on a mission to preserve the legacy of its namesake, abolitionist and Civil War spy Harriet Tubman, after a newly …

Harriet Tubman led hundreds of slaves to freedom on the 'underground railroad'

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New photo shows 'beautiful, resilient' Harriet Tubman

Skip in<p>x<p>Embed<p>CLOSE<p>Descendants and supporters celebrate national park near Cambridge honoring Harriet Tubman<p>Just in time for the grand opening of a …

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Harriet Tubman and Women’s Rights : Harriet Tubman

The early years of the Women’s Rights Movement date back to 1848 when for the first time small groups of women who had been working individually …

Harriet Tubman House : Harriet Tubman

The Harriet Tubman Residence, Harriet Tubman Home for the Elderly and the AME Zion Church are National Historic Landmarks.<p>In 1858 New York Senator …

Life after the Civil War : Harriet Tubman

When the Civil War ended Harriet Tubman returned home to Auburn, New York. Her parents were old and had a good support system during her absence but …

Harriet, the Moses of Her People

Publisher<p>G.R. Lockwood & Son, 1886<p>Original from<p>Harvard University<p>Digitized<p>10 Jul 2007<p>Length<p>149 pages<p>Export Citation

Scenes in the Life of Harriet Tubman

Page 57 - Read my letter to the old folks, and give my love to them, and tell my brothers to be always watching unto prayer, and when the good old …

Compensation for Civil War Services : Harriet Tubman

In the summer of 1865 Harriet Tubman returned home to Auburn, New York from Virginia where she was serving in a hospital near Fort Monroe. Without a …