Celebrating Black History Month: Harriet Tubman

There was one or two things I had a right to,
liberty or death; if I could not have one, I would
have the other; for no man should take me alive. . . .

Recommended Links
Amazing Americans: Harriet Tubman
A virtual exhibit from the Library of Congress.

Africans in America: Harriet Tubman
Part of PBS's web site, this page provides one of the best biographical sketches of Tubman available online.

Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad for Children
A second-grade class at Pocantico Hills School in New York created this site while studying the life of Harriet Tubman. Site includes students poetry, an illustrated timeline of Tubman's life, puzzles related to Tubman's life, and more.

"The Most Remarkable Woman of this Age"
This is a reproduction of an article about Tubman which was originally published during the 1860s.

Stamp on Black History: Harriet Tubman
This site provides a short biography written by students for students.

Who Was Harriet Tubman?
A lesson plan created for use in the kindergarten classroom. Based on the book Young Harriet Tubman: Freedom Fighter.

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