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  • Harriet Tubman (c. 1822 – 10 March 1913), also known as Moses, was an African-American abolitionist. An escaped slave, she worked as a farmhand, lumberjack
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  • best and bravest persons on this continent — General Tubman as we call her. Introducing Harriet Tubman to Wendell Phillips, as quoted in The Underground
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  • Thomas Edison and Oprah Winfrey and those liberation thinkers like Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth and Marcus Garvey and Gandhi and Martin Luther King
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  • Paul Tsunetomo, Yamamoto Tsvangirai, Morgan Tsvetaeva, Marina Tuan, Yi-Fu Tubman, Harriet Tuchman, Barbara Tucholsky, Kurt Tucker, Benjamin Tucker, Gideon
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  • slave traders) Look away, Abraham. It's not our place. Look away. Harriet Tubman: People getting killed and slave disappearin'. Some people talk about monsters
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  • that I regard you in every way truthful and trustworthy. Letter to Harriet Tubman (29 August 1868), as quoted in Harriet, the Moses of Her People (1886) by
    212 KB (31,954 words) - 21:36, 9 March 2016
  • "that question shows a great deal of innocence about journalism." Jim Tubman Wikipedia has an article about: Robertson Davies Profile at NNDB
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  • are] all completely crazy. Harriet Tubman: I agree. Charity Bazaar: You and I are the only sane ones here. Harriet Tubman: I think you're right. Charity Bazaar:
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  • for each other. We would do a disservice to those warriors of justice -- Tubman, and Douglass, and Lincoln, and King -- were we to deny that the scars of
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  • the underground railroad. Harriet Tubman: Is you runnin' to the north? Chris: No, I'm runnin' from Malvo. Harriet Tubman: Malvo? You'd have been better off
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