Harriet Tubman was a very important person in the history of slavery. She played a major role in helping free slaves. Harriet Tubman has made a difference in many slaves' lives. She was also a helpful and caring person. She held fundraisers and helped kids and adults with nowhere to go.
Harriet Tubman was the conductor of the Underground Railroad. During a ten-year span she made 19 trips and freed over three hundred slaves. Also, in all of her trips she has never lost a single passenger. Everyone who attempted to escape through the Underground Railroad succeeded. Harriet Tubman was the most well known conductor of the Underground Railroad. By 1856, the reward for the capture of Harriet Tubman was up to $40,000.
Harriet Tubman was a very important person to many slaves in the United States. She has saved many lives and freed many slaves. Of the many slaves that she freed, among them was her family. Harriet Tubman has made a difference in many people's lives, not only by freeing slaves.
During the civil war Harriet Tubman worked in the union as a nurse, a cook, and a spy. This makes her a very caring person alone. She has helped the United State lands in many ways. After that she also purchased land to build a home in 1896 for needy and sick blacks. She was not able to raise enough money to build the house and she gave the land to the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. The churched used the land to finish what Harriet Tubman started, and they built a church in 1908. After that, Harriet moved into the house that the church built. If Harriet Tubman never did what she did over three hundred people's lives would have been ruined.
Harriet Tubman is one of the most honored heroes in the United States of America. Many people look up to her and thank her very much for her accomplishments and her kindness. She was the most courageous slave there was and she risked her like for many other pe...