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Go Free or Die: A Story About Harriet Tubman

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History knows Harriet Tubman as the most famous conductor of the Underground Railroad. In her own words, she never ran her train off the track and never lost a passenger. Before Harriet Tubman was able to lead over 300 enslaved people to freedom, she first had to liberate herself from harsh captivity in the marshlands of eastern Maryland.

Go Free or Die, tells the story of a courageous and resourceful young woman's quest for freedom. Using the facts of Harriet Tubman's early life, author Jerri Ferris imagines the story's dialogue and emotions in a way that is relevant to young readers today. This book is perfect for any young person seeking a meaningful connection to American history.

Product Details:

  • 61 pages, Young Readers
  • By Jerri Ferris
  • Illustrated by Karen Ritz
  • Copyright 1988, Millbrook Press
  • 8.5'' x 5.9''
  • ISBN: 0876145047

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