Today marks the 100th anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s death.
The abolitionist, former slave and her incredible journey from slavery to becoming the first woman to lead a fighting unit in the Union Army during the Civil War is a biography deserving more exposure. She became known as the Black Moses for her work with the Underground Railroad. See this short documentary for more:
A great American.
Thanks for posting this – one of my great heroes and too often skimmed over by history. One the bravest people who ever lived.