Harriet Tubman was born on 1920. She was a slave. Some obstacles she faced in her life were that she had to leave her friends and family to escape. She was also a scout,spy,and nurse during the civil war. She went south for 19 trips to help her family and hundreds of slaves to freedom.
Harriet Tubman went and help people get out with trouble of hunters; boundary hunters for their reward. Harriet had to make sure that she and the others were safe from the hunters that were looking for her.
Her significant contributions of her life are that she ended slavery and was a Civil War nurse. Harriet was the first woman in America to conduct an armed military raid. She was a Civil rights activist and she was an advocate of women's suffrage movement.
Harriet Tubman lived near Bucktown,Dorchester ester country in Maryland. Some of Harriet's personalities are,she was Valiant ,Hardworking, resourceful, unwavering, served others without rewards, remained strong in the midst of pain and was unselfish and generous.
Harriet Tubman's timeline
- 1820-Harriet Tubman was born
- 1833- Harriet was severely injured in the head with a weight.
- 1844- Harriet married a free black man, John Tubman
- 1850-On December Harriet took her first trip threw the Underground Railroad.
- 1851- Harriet returned for her husband but he refused and married his wife Caroline.
- 1860- She went to get her sister, but to find out she died.
- 1861- She worked for the Civil War as a nurse and cook in South Carolina and Florida.
- 1869- She married Nelson Davis.
- 1888- On October 18, Nelson Davis died.
- Harriet died of pneumonia at age 93. She was buried at Fort Hills Cemetery in Auburn, New York.
Quotes " Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the word"- Harriet Tubman