Known As The Moses Of her People, Harriet Tubman Was Born A Slave In Maryland Around 1820. She Escaped And Fled North At The Age Of 28. Tubman Personally Rescued More Than 300 Slaves In 19 Trips To The South. She Was Known To Say "I never ran a train off the track, and I never lost a passenger."
The Most Famous Conductor On The Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman Died March 10, 1913, In Auburn, New York. At The Time Of Her Death She Had A $40,000 Bounty On Her Head.
" In Order For Black History To Live, We Must Continue To Breathe Life Into It." -- Hubert Gaddy, Jr.