Harriet Tubman (Q102870)

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African-American abolitionist and humanitarian (1822-1913)
  • Araminta Ross
  • Harriet Ross Tubman
  • Minty Ross
  • Araminta Ross Broadus
  • Harriet Tubman Davis
  • Araminta Harriet Ross
  • Black Moses
  • Garriet Tabman
  • Moses
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Harriet Tubman
African-American abolitionist and humanitarian (1822-1913)
  • Araminta Ross
  • Harriet Ross Tubman
  • Minty Ross
  • Araminta Ross Broadus
  • Harriet Tubman Davis
  • Araminta Harriet Ross
  • Black Moses
  • Garriet Tabman
  • Moses

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Fotografia de Harriet Tubman, ca. 1885 (Catalan)
Photograph of Harriett Tubman, c. 1885 (English)
Harriet Tubman.jpg
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Fotografia de Harriet Tubman, ca. 1890 (Catalan)
Photograph of Harriet Tubman, c. 1890 (English)
Araminta Ross (English)
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Tubman grave.jpg
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Around 1844, Minty Ross married John Tubman, a free man at least five years her senior. (English)
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Moses of her people (English)
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Harriet was nicknamed “Moses” by abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison. The name was used as an analogy to the biblical story of Moses who attempted to lead the Jews to the Promised Land and free them from slavery. (English)
17 September 1849Gregorian
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17 September 1849Gregorian
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She and her family probably integrated a number of religious practices and ideas into their daily lives, such as Episcopal, Baptist, and Catholic teachings (English)
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The severe injury left her suffering from headaches, seizures, and periods of semi-consciousness, probably Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, which plagued her for the rest of her life. (English)
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Harriet Tubman
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Harriet Araminta Minty, Moses Tubman (Ross) aka Davis (6 Mar 1822 - certain 10 Mar 1913)
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