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Harriet Tubman by Nancy J. Nielsen
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Apr 02, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: biographies, civil-war, childrensbooks, cultural-awareness, deep-south, womens-issues, rights-of-passage, requiredschoolreading, black-culture
Recommended to Fenixbird by: Librarian
Recommended for: Civil War Buffs, Historians, Civil Rights HIstorians
Read from March 30 to April 02, 2011

Wonderful synopsis of Harriet "General" Tubman Davis's life, with U.S. Confederacy maps, timeline, glossary. Early to middle grades will appreciate the rich vocabulary and factual base. Well documented account of the amazing life of a slave who bravely freed herself & returned for her family, continuing the Underground Railroad to freedom for many years before and during the Civil War.

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