Harriet Tubman: Freedombound

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YWAM Publishing, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 193 pages
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Even death threats and the Civil War could not stop daring runaway slave Harriet Tubman (1820P1913) from conducting hundreds of slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad.
 

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This book was VERY exciting. My daughter and I both read it and loved it! She used it for a 5th grade book report. Lots of facts, but, interesting reading. My daughter said she learned that all ... Read full review

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Janet Benge is an AWA workshop leader whom I met a couple of weeks ago and she gave me this book. Just in time - I had surgery the next day and since this is written on the fifth grade level, I could ... Read full review

Contents

You Aint Coin Back
11
Big Changes a Comin for You
15
One of the Lucky Ones
27
Not Worth Sixpence
41
He Would Never Ever Own Her Soul
53
Weve Got to Go North
65
Guided by the North Star
79
Time to Conduct Her Passengers
95
One More Soul Got Safe
119
Free at Last
131
The Battle of Troy
143
This Is the First Day We Have Ever Had a Country
155
The Best Man for the Job
169
Finally Headed Home
183
Bibliography
193
Copyright

Moses
105

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About the author (2002)

Benge is a former teacher and YWAM staff member.

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