Harriet Tubman


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Noun1.Harriet Tubman - United States abolitionist born a slave on a plantation in Maryland and became a famous conductor on the Underground Railroad leading other slaves to freedom in the North (1820-1913)Harriet Tubman - United States abolitionist born a slave on a plantation in Maryland and became a famous conductor on the Underground Railroad leading other slaves to freedom in the North (1820-1913)
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I'm pleased to see that eastern Maryland now boasts a national historical park dedicated to the legacy of Harriet Tubman.
The Equal Rights Heritage Center in Auburn will highlight not only local heroes like Harriet Tubman and William H.
The clever bet at 6-1 is Harriet Tubman, who came out on top of a poll of American women, raising further questions about why they were allowed to vote.
The museum is named for Harriet Tubman (1882-1913), the "Black Moses" who liberated hundreds of people from the holocaust of enslavement in the U.
A focus is the Black Heritage series of stamps, which feature such African-Americans as Harriet Tubman and Thurgood Marshall.
Harriet Tubman, the African-American abolitionist, emerged as the winner.
com)-- A national signature campaign to request that Harriet Tubman be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom was launched today by Oscar[R]-nominated director Dianne Houston ("Tuesday Morning Ride").
The four finalists are civil rights activist Rosa Parks (above): Wilma Mankiller, first female chief of the Cherokee Nation; Harriet Tubman, who helped slaves escape on the Underground Railroad; and first lady Eleanor Roosevelt.
LOS ANGELES -- "How to Get Away with Murder'' star Viola Davis will play Harriet Tubman in an HBO movie about the abolitionist hero.
And the gun carried by Harriet Tubman was one way of ensuring those brave enough to flee kept on running with her.
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I started considering Harriet Tubman as an astronaut," says Biggers, 41, who's had exhibitions in venues from the Tate in London to the Whitney in New York and last year won the Hermitage's prestigious Greenfield Prize.

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