Araminta Harriet Tubman During The Civil War

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Harriet Tubman, originally Araminta Harriet Ross was an African American woman born into slavery in 1820. Her early life was harsh and full of brutal and savage slave practices by her masters. Eventually in 1849 she had escaped slavery but left her family behind. Later on she came back for them after becoming a conductor for the underground railroad and led them to the North where they would be free.
She led more slaves and was seen as a beacon of hope for their people, earning her the nickname of Moses. In 1858 she assisted an abolitionist named John Brown to recruit people for a raid on Harper 's Fairy.This gained her even more recognition and was allowed to server in the Civil War.
She became a nurse and scout for the Union and helped lead

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