when Harriet Tubman led her people to freedom
African American women
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Beautiful illustrations and flowing text depict the spiritual journey of Harriet Tubman that prompted her to lead hundreds of slaves to freedom. Ages 5-9
Describes Tubman's spiritual journey as she hears the voice of God guiding her on her first trip north to freedom Ages 6-9
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Based on the true story of Harriet Tubman, this story captures Harriet's beginning journey prior to the underground railroad and how her struggle for freedom became her inspiration to help other slaves road to freedom.
Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom is a book about how Harriet Tubman was led to freedom. Her spiritual strength, faith, and hope along side her courage, determination, and listening ear assisted her in her journey to become free. Her dependence on God alone helped her to see the way in which she should go.
Harriet Tubman led hundreds of men, and women to freedom. Taking only her faith with her she traveled on the Underground Railroad to freedom. Her bravery and pursuit to freedom is the testament everyone knows. This is a different approach to an inspiring story of Harriet Tubman and the underground railroad.
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" She worried about her loved ones still enslaved down south"
":In 1851 Harriet returned Maryland and led her brothers to freedom"
"Harriet Tubman died in 1915".
"God speaks in a whip poor whip song I set the north star in the Heavens and I mean for you to be free."
"I'm going to see you through my child. In the moon's reflection on the creek, she sees God's face. I will arm you against your enemies, but you will not harm a soul, and no harm will come to you. Harriet walks till her legs ache, then she leans against a tree."