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Harriet Tubman: The Moses of Her People (African American) Paperback – November 29, 2004
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Sarah Hopkins Bradford (August 20, 1818 – June 25, 1912) was an American writer and historian, best known today for her two pioneering biographical books on Harriet Tubman. Most of her work consists of children's literature. (Wikipedia) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Once again devout Christians, black and white, fought and many were killed in order that a few may have their humanity returned to them. Mentioned was Captain John Brown, an evangelical Christian, who lost his two sons and his own life in the struggle against slavery. Harriet would often speak highly of Captain John Brown.
Harriet's exploits and harrowing adventures were so courageous and filled with horror that the reader is left to feel that she and her "contraband" would be caught at anytime. And yet she and all the others escaped. When Harriet was asked about the Underground Rail Road she quipped "I'd neber lossa a passenger!" This was hard to believe that just one person could do so much by faith alone.
The book is way too short but it had to be this way as her exploits were all passed on by word of mouth to keep her and her passengers safe. I totally understand.
A must read for all Americans, especially in our schools!
I regret there was never more recorded history on Harriett Tubman. Her bravery, and heroism are awe inspiring. She risked her life 19 times, to save her people, and bring them to Canada, for Canada was the end of the Undergound Railroad.
Mrs. Tubman serves as a true American Hero, that went far beyond and above, what the vast majority of us would do.
I take my hat off to you, Mrs Tubman. God Bless you.