Go Free or Die
Language: en
Pages: 64
Authors: Jeri Ferris
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-07-01 - Publisher: Millbrook Press

For the first twenty-eight years of her life. Harriet Tubman lived as a slave on a southern plantation. Finally, with the help of a Quaker woman, she was able to escape to Philadelphia by way of the Underground Railroad. After her escape, Harriet began her quest to help free other
Harriet Tubman
Language: en
Pages: 409
Authors: Milton C. Sernett
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-11-05 - Publisher: Duke University Press

DIVAn exploration of the way history, meaning, and memory have interacted in the process of transforming Harriet Tubman into an American icon and a figure of inspiration like Abraham Lincoln or Fredrick Douglass./div
Live Free or Die
Language: en
Pages: 430
Authors: Ernest Hebert
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-09-02 - Publisher: University Press of New England

"You stay in your hometown, you end up more of a stranger than if you'd started new someplace else." The struggle between the indigenous rural working class and the upper crust intensifies in this turning-point novel of the Darby Chronicles as Freddy Elman, son of the town trash collector, and
Live Free or Die
Language: en
Pages: 140
Authors: Shona Banda
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-06-02 - Publisher: AuthorHouse

The new guide to help us all survive in the new world to come. This book will spark something inside each and every one of us. Ms. Banda reminds us that we must re-learn the things we have forgotten in order to truly live free in peace and harmony; respecting
Harriet Tubman
Language: en
Pages: 137
Authors: Ann Petry
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-09-08 - Publisher: Open Road Media

A New York Times Outstanding Book for young adult readers, this biography of the famed Underground Railroad abolitionist is a lesson in valor and justice. Born into slavery, Harriet Tubman knew the thirst for freedom. Inspired by rumors of an “underground railroad” that carried slaves to liberation, she dreamed of