Seward, Secretary of State, would present a petition to Congress for a pension to Harriet Tubman, for services rendered in the Union Army during the late war. I can bear witness to the value of her services in South Carolina and Florida. She was employed... Scenes in the Life of Harriet Tubman - Page 64by Sarah Hopkins Bradford - 1869 - 132 pagesFull view
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Wilbur Henry Siebert - Antislavery movements - 1898 - 478 pages
...the testimony of officers under whom she served; thus General Rufus Saxton wrote in March, 1868: " I can bear witness to the value of her services in...hospitals and as a spy. She made many a raid inside the enemies' lines, displaying remarkable courage, zeal and fidelity."1 At the conclusion of the great...