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HIST 190/WGST 290-US Women's and Gender History & Harriet Tubman, Carroll: Home

This guide will get you started researching primary sources, and supplemental information about Harriet Tubman.
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Harriet Tubman: Her Life and Legacy

This guide will help you in conducting research about Harriet Tubman. This guide includes pages to assist you with:

  • being secure in knowing the difference between primary & secondary sources
  • accessing archival newspaper articles
  • determining the best databases for this research
  • where to find comprehensive information about citations                                                

     

      Harriet Tubman, born Araminta Ross in March, 1822, died March 10, 1913, aged 90–91.

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