||Araminta Ross, known as, Harriet
Tubman is a black female that became famous during the height of
the time of slavery because she was the conductor of the Underground
Railroad. Tubman was able to help over 300 slaves become free within
ten-years. She stated that during all of her journeys she had never
lost any of her passengers. Harriet was born in the year of 1820.
She was born into slavery in Dorchester County, Maryland. During
her early years she worked as a servant, but when she became older
she began to work out in the fields.