From Harriet Tubman's Path To Freedom

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Harriet Tubman fought for what is right. She never gave up until she freed many slaves as she can including her old parents. She went back nineteen times to South and freed more than 300 fugitives slaves along the Underground Railroad. She never lost a fugitive she was leading to freedom. She haven’t been much recognized in public as she was freeing slaves in a private way. According to Britannica School, “By her extraordinary courage, ingenuity, persistence, and iron discipline, which she enforced upon her charges, Tubman became the railroad’s most famous conductor and was known as the “Moses of her people.” It has been said that she never lost a fugitive she was leading to freedom.” She had an unusual bravery, cleverness, determination,

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