Most routes went to northern states and after 1850, to Canada. Over a decade she took 19 trips back to the south to guide friends and family to freedom.
But although he promises Linda that he will free her children, he fails to keep his word.
Harriet Tubman died of pneumonia on March 10, 1913.
Before her death she told friends and family surrounding her death bed “I go to prepare a place for you”.
Her parents were old and had a good support system during her absence but they still needed her daughter’s financial support. Her father died […] 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 joined together in the National Women’s rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York.
Her brothers and their families eventually moved from St. Here they laid out a list of rights that women did not enjoy at the time […] How did Harriet Tubman die?