Harriet Tubman: A Biography

Harriet Tubman A Biography Harriet Tubman was unconditionally committed to the abolition of slavery by any means resulting in her willingness to help radical abolitionist John Brown prepare for his Harpers Ferry raid She was t

  • Title: Harriet Tubman: A Biography
  • Author: James A. McGowan William C. Kashatus
  • ISBN: 9780313348822
  • Page: 230
  • Format: ebook
  • Harriet Tubman was unconditionally committed to the abolition of slavery by any means, resulting in her willingness to help radical abolitionist John Brown prepare for his Harpers Ferry raid She was the first woman to lead a military expedition in an American war, and she reinvented herself as a women s rights pioneer during the last part of her life.

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    1. I just read Harriet Tubman for a book review for my U.S. History class for second year college. I found it to be thorough as well as a very good read. Historians and authors James A McGowan and William C Kashatus did a great job . Complete with timeline as well as notes at the end of each chapter, I achieved what I needed from all the information gleaned from this biography. I will be sure to use other Greenwood published books for any further academic needs.

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