Go Free Or Die: A Story about Harriet Tubman
She wanted to be free from the injustices of slavery. However, she did not just want this for herself - when her escape from slavery was helped along by a Quaker woman, she didn't just sit back and enjoy a new life in Philadelphia. She ventured again and again into the South to free other slaves. In fact, she spent eleven years going back and forth, never failing to bring other slaves to freedom via the Underground Railroad. 63 pgs. ~ Zach
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