Harriet Tubman (Q102870)

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African-American abolitionist and humanitarian
  • Araminta Harriet Ross
  • Araminta Greene
  • Araminta Ross
  • Black Moses
  • Garriet Tabman
  • Harriet Ross Tubman
  • Minty Ross
  • Araminta Ross Broadus
  • Harriet Tubman Davis
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Harriet Tubman
African-American abolitionist and humanitarian
  • Araminta Harriet Ross
  • Araminta Greene
  • Araminta Ross
  • Black Moses
  • Garriet Tabman
  • Harriet Ross Tubman
  • Minty Ross
  • Araminta Ross Broadus
  • Harriet Tubman Davis

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Fotografia de Harriet Tubman, ca. 1890 (Catalan)
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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Grandmother Moses (English)
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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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