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Harriet Tubman was an abolitionist and Underground Railroad operator who helped hundreds of African Americans escape slavery
Tubman was born to enslaved parents in Dorchester County, Maryland.
When her owner died in 1849, she feared that she and other family members would be sold to someone in the deep south. Leaving her husband, a free man, behind she fled to Pennsylvania.
I got to get to Pennsylvania!
I'm William Still
Harriet became allied with William Still of Pennsylvania and Thomas Garrett of Wilmington, Delaware.
And I'm Thomas Garret
She returned to the South at least 15 times and helped more than 200 men, women and children escape.
Finally we're saved!!
I'm gonna get you guys out of here.
When the Civil War broke out she was asked to assist the Union Army. Tubman nursed wounded soldiers, trained scouts and helped lead a raid against Confederate troops.
I'm going to fix you guys up.
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