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Harriet Tubman For Beginners

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"Harriet Tubman For Beginners" is not just a biography but a vibrant tapestry that interweaves Harriet Tubman’s heroic exploits with the broader themes of racial justice, gender equality, and voting rights. Published on December 1, 2017, this compelling narrative captures the essence of Tubman, famously dubbed the "Moses of her People" for her unyielding efforts to guide fellow slaves to freedom via the Underground Railroad. Beyond her monumental escapes, Tubman's legacy as a nurse, a Union spy during the Civil War, and later as a suffragist, underscores her lifelong battle against oppression. This book meticulously deconstructs the myths, showcasing Tubman as a formidable leader whose convictions in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ignited her relentless fight for justice. Ideal for elementary school readers, this enlightening read fosters a deep appreciation of Tubman’s impact on American history and inspires a new generation to stand for equality and justice. Dive into the real story of a woman who was not only a part of history but who made history.
Published by For Beginners on December 1, 2017
176 pages
ISBN: 9781939994721
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Gender EqualityRacial Justice, and Political Justice, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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