”.Harriet Tubman was enslaved, escaped, and helped others gain their freedom as a “conductor" of the Underground Railroad.
What were Harriet Tubman's accomplishments? Harriet Tubman is credited with conducting upward of 300 enslaved people along the Underground Railroad from the American South to Canada. She showed extraordinary courage, ingenuity, persistence, and iron discipline. This Harriet Tubman “Journey to Freedom” sculpture by the Wesley Wofford Sculpture Studio is a remarkable work of art that features Harriet Tubman in mid stride, hustling towards freedom with a youngster in tow. It portrays the courage, physical determination, and contributions of Black women throughout history.
Her nickname was “Minty.” Later in life people called her “Moses” and “General Tubman.” Harriet was her mother's first name.
she led hundreds of enslaved to freedom in the North along the route of the Underground Railroad.