Harriet Tubman's A Great Raid Analysis

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In Adam Goodheart’s article “Moses’ Last Exodus,” he tells Harriet Tubman’s story of the Underground Railroad. He explains how her leadership skills and hopefulness allowed her to be successful in making twelve dozen trips to North in order to save her family and fellow slaves. In Paul Donnelly’s article “Harriet Tubman’s a great raid,” he told us about fellow abolitionists who supported Harriet Tubman’s abolition movement and they played a role in the emancipation proclamation. Such as Thomas Higginson, governor John Andrews of Massachusetts, David Hunter, General Rufus Saxton, Lincoln , Robert E. Lee, Captain Brayton, and Captain Hoyt. After reading these two articles, I found out more about how certain events led up to the Emancipation

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