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Harriet Tubman

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Harriet Tubman was born in to slavery. In 1849, she excaped from a Maryland plantation. She would devote the rest of her life to helping other slaves gain there freedom. She was a leader of the Underground Railroad, a network of secret places ware slaves could stay on their way to the North. During the civil War, she serve as a cook a nurse, and a union spy. Tubman dyed in March 1913. Her tombstone reads, Servant of God, Well Done.”

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Harriet Tubman was born into slavery. In 1849, she escaped from a Maryland plantation. She would devote the rest of her life to helping other slaves gain their freedom. She was a leader of the Underground Railroad, a network of secret places where slaves could stay on their way to the North. During the Civil War, she served as a cook, a nurse, and a Union spy. Tubman died in March 1913. Her tombstone reads, "Servant of God, Well Done."

 

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