Becoming friends with the leading abolitionists of the day, Tubman took part in antislavery meetings. On the way to such a meeting in Boston in 1860, in an incident in Troy, New York, she helped a fugitive slave who had been captured They was unsure about when Harriet Tubman was born but they did know they she was born in in Dorchester Country, Maryland. Sadly she died on March the 10,13.
Tubman cared for her family and she and other needy relatives. Lack of money was still being a pressing problem for some blacks. But Harriet Tubman found a way for her to get money so she stated making copies of some biography and giving out speeches to people. So she seen that they celebrated in Colored Women in 1896 in Washington D.C. So there were generations going around to celebrate the strength of colored people and black women. So then Harriet Tubman was making more than she would have made back when she was a slave in the South.
Harriet Tubman returned to the South at least nineteen times to let the slaves and family members of hers go free by using the underground railroad. People were saying that if anybody could find her the highest price you would get would be forty thousand dollars she never left a single slave or even let them go back to the south. Harriet Tubman was a nurse in the Army/Navy over 3 years for the Civil war nursing the sick and the wounded soldiers that was in Florida. Tubman returned to New York she had continued to help the Blacks forge new lives in freedom.
Harriet Tubman escaped slavery to become a leading abolitionist. She led hundreds of enslaved people to freedom along the route of the Underground Railroad. One of Harriet Tubman jobs was working as a nurse in the war and helping people. Harriet Tubman was one of the many who escaped from slavery but was the most important one, Harriet Tubman became the abolitionist before the Civil War. She Risked her life for her family and other slaves that needed to be free she escaped over hundreds of slaves during slavery she went back all done by the underground railroad.