Biography of Harriet Tubman for Kids: American Civil Rights History for Children - FreeSchool

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Harriet Tubman is most famous for her courageous journeys back to the South to liberate slaves after she had won her own freedom. Born into slavery, she escaped to freedom as a young woman. Not content with freedom if her family could not be free, she returned over and over again to slave territory and led others north along the Underground Railroad. Once war broke out, Harriet Tubman served as a nurse, scout, and spy, leading an assault that liberated more than 750 slaves. She lived the rest of her long life as a free woman in New York.

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