18 Oct Harriet Tubman
Quadasha Vaughn writes:
Harriet Tubman was famous for leading the underground railroad, when she escaped she served as a scout, spy, and nurse during the Civil War. She returned to the south 19 times to free her family and other slaves. She could’ve never looked back and kept living her life a free woman. She was selfless and went back to help others and continued to help our men fighting in a war.