Harriet Tubman / Lisa Halvorsen.

by Halvorsen, LisaLooking glass.

Series: Triangle histories. The Civil War: Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : Blackbirch Press, [2002]Description: 104 pages : illustrations (some colour), map,facsimiles,portraits ; 24cm.ISBN: 1567115624.Subject(s): Tubman, Harriet, 1822-1913Looking glass | African American womenLooking glass | African AmericansLooking glass | Slaves -- United StatesLooking glass | SlavesLooking glass | Underground RailroadLooking glass | WomenLooking glassNote: Includes bibliographical references (p102) and index. Summary: Biography of the African American woman who escaped from slavery, led slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad, aided Northern troops during the Civil War, and worked for women's suffrage.
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As one of the Underground Railroad's longest-serving and most successful "conductors," Harriet Tubman helped thousands of slaves escape to freedom.

Includes bibliographical references (p102) and index.

Biography of the African American woman who escaped from slavery, led slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad, aided Northern troops during the Civil War, and worked for women's suffrage.

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