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Harriet Tubman: the road to freedom

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9780316155946
9781478969976
9780316144926
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subject_facetAfrican American women -- Biography
Antislavery movements -- United States -- History -- 19th century
Slaves -- United States -- Biography
Tubman, Harriet, -- 1822-1913
Underground Railroad
title_displayHarriet Tubman : the road to freedom
title_fullHarriet Tubman : the road to freedom / Catherine Clinton
Harriet Tubman The Road to Freedom
title_shortHarriet Tubman
title_subthe road to freedom
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Antislavery movements
Biography & Autobiography
History
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Nonfiction
Slaves
Tubman, Harriet
Underground Railroad