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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman Famous American Underground Railroad Conductor Famous American Underground Railroad Conductor UnknownMarch 10, 1913 Unknown-March 10, 1913 Even if her husband didn'twant to leave Marylandto help her free slaves,she still went, all by herself. This proves that Harriet is independent. Harriet refused to tie a fellow slaves hands,knowing that she would get a punishment in theend. double click to change this header text! This proves that Harriet is compassionate. In fact, Harriet was also called 'the Moses of her people.' Ever since Harriet decided to help othersescape when she wasfree, she still stayed committed to her promisefor her whole entire life. Because of this evidence, Harriet is a very determined woman. 'Every great dream begins with a dreamer.Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.'Harriet Tubman 'Harriet Tubman, like John Mason, did not reckon the value of her ownliberty in comparison with the libertyof others who had not tastedits sweets.'Wilbur Henry Siebert During her time, Harriet influenced others to think twice about enslaving people. She also helped people think about race and women equality. Nowadays, we thank Harriet for giving us an example of courage,determination, and a way to treat others with respect. Harriet also helped people realize that you can make a big difference, without being popular, or important.
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