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Fri Mar 21 17:11:34 2014 UTClccn-n791066230.00The Girl called Moses. The story of Harriet Tubman. (Illustrated by Judith Valentine.) [First published in the U.S.A. under the title "Harriet Tubman-Conductor on the Underground Railroad."]0.131.00Harriet Tubman, who led slaves to freedom43120064Harriet_Tubmann 79106623338585Black MosesBlack Moses, 1820?-1913Broadus, Araminta RossBroadus, Araminta Ross, 1820?-1913Davis, Harriet TubmanDavis, Harriet Tubman, 1820?-1913General Tubman 1820?-1913Greene, AramintaGreene, Araminta, 1820?-1913Ross, AramintaRoss, Araminta, 1820?-1913Ross, Araminta, 1822-1913Ross Broadus, AramintaRoss Broadus, Araminta, 1820?-1913Ross, MintyRoss, Minty, 1820?-1913Tabman, GarrietTabman, Garriet, 1820?-1913Tubman Davis, HarrietTubman Davis, Harriet, 1820?-1913Tubman, Harriet RossTubman, Harriet Ross, 1815?-1913Tubman, Harriet Ross 1820-1913Tubman, Harriet Ross, 1822-1913lccn-n82029716Clinton, Catherine1952-lccn-n94061949Weatherford, Carole Boston1956-lccn-n98108301Nelson, Kadirilllccn-n50010678Petry, Ann1908-1997lccn-n85121874Bradford, Sarah H.(Sarah Hopkins)1818-lccn-n87929921Schroeder, Alanlccn-n79006336Pinkney, Jerryilllccn-n84150479Ringgold, Faithilllccn-n83125290Lawrence, Jacob1917-2000lccn-n79103734Adler, David A.Tubman, Harriet1820?-1913HistoryBiographyDramaHandbooks, manuals, etcTubman, Harriet,Underground RailroadUnited StatesSlavesAfrican American womenAfrican AmericansAntislavery movementsFugitive slavesSlaveryWomenAbolitionistsAfrican American women abolitionistsLibertyAutobiography--Women authorsAutobiography--African American authorsSlaves--BiographyWomen and literatureAfrican American women--Intellectual lifeBrothers and sistersRailroad trainsFlightSkyChildren's poetry, AmericanAfrican American women--BiographyDiscriminationChristian lifeDevotionDetermination (Personality trait)CourageChildren's poetryLeadershipMarylandHeroesDouglass, Frederick,African American abolitionistsScott, DredAfrican American civil rights workersMidwiferyCanadaWomen slavesSouthern StatesBlacksAfrican Americans--BiographySlaves--EmancipationSlave tradeHome nursingNursing1820191318611866186918861887189618971901191119141915191819201921192219241928193219331942194319461947194819501951195419551956195919601961196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014814246311165973.7115E450ocn781412492SlavesAfrican American womenAfrican Americans64ocn793329829book19150.47Tubman, HarrietMidwifery nursing notesHandbooks, manuals, etc31ocn781412492book2009Shone, RobHarriet Tubman : the life of an american-african abolitionist+-+358431492532432ocn704441402rcrd20110.10Tubman, HarrietAscension32ocn503688142book1960Petry, AnnThe Girl called Moses. The story of Harriet Tubman. (Illustrated by Judith Valentine.) [First published in the U.S.A. under the title "Harriet Tubman-Conductor on the Underground Railroad."]33ocn771289791book18690.53Bradford, Sarah HScenes in the life of Harriet TubmanHistoryBiographyKnown as "Moses", she freed her people from slavery, was a Union spy, and promoted the cause of humane treatment of people. This is her extra-ordinary story. -- Back Cover21ocn504303340book19461.00Schwab, GeorgeHarriet Tubman, who led slaves to freedom22ocn749094142book1965Voi╠ćna, Vladimir<>22ocn558623774book1961Bradford, Sarah H[Scenes in the Life of Harriet Tubman.] Harriet Tubman, the Moses of her People ... Introduction by Butler A. Jones. (Reprint of the expanded second edition of 1886.) [With a portrait.]22ocn558793642book19420.63Conrad, EarlHarriet Tubman, Negro soldier and abolitionistHistoryBiography11ocn626087707book19861.00Black Theatre Canada ArchivesFollow the Drinking Gourd: A Play About Harriet Tubman / by Colleen J. McElroy, 1986 - reading script11ocn502414626visu1.00Live like her/struggle like herA drawing of an African American woman holding a walking stick and pointing the direction to two African American men standing beside her. Next to the drawing is a quotation from Harriet Tubman11ocn870702785visu20030.10Harriet Tubman11ocn762604899rcrd2007Brannon, Jean MarilynThe negro woman compiled and edited by Jean M. Brannon11ocn781684669book19150.47Tubman, HarrietThe nurses' remembrancer and home nursing hintsHandbooks, manuals, etc11ocn797300830visu19990.19The Underground RailroadHistoryBiographyDramaClimb aboard for an astonishing journey into America's history. See how this darkest period in our nation's past was illuminated by the fiery commitment of those who dared to believe in the dream of freedom...for all Americans11ocn779157096book0.47Tubman, HarrietFreedom fighter01ocn252582799book1942Conrad, EarlHarriet Tubman30833ocn070887050book20060.01Weatherford, Carole BostonMoses : when Harriet Tubman led her people to freedomJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes Tubman's spiritual journey as she hears the voice of God guiding her north to freedom on that very first trip to escape the brutal practice of forced servitude. Tubman would make nineteen subsequent trips back south, never being caught, but none as profound as this first one+-+4026031325281118ocn000232342book19280.07Petry, AnnHarriet Tubman, conductor on the Underground RailroadJuvenile worksBiographyFictionA biography of the famous woman who worked to free her people on the Underground Railroad+-+063619915526516ocn032821613book19960.06Schroeder, AlanMinty : a story of young Harriet TubmanJuvenile worksBiographyYoung Harriet Tubman, whose childhood nickname was Minty, dreams of escaping slavery on the Brodas plantation in the late 1820s+-+333362853526435ocn052464742book20040.21Clinton, CatherineHarriet Tubman : the road to freedomHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the fugitive slave turned "conductor" on the Underground Railroad describes Tubman's youth in the South, her escape to Philadelphia, her efforts to liberate slaves, and her work for the Union Army+-+9749961685254915ocn026052172book19920.06Ringgold, FaithAunt Harriet's Underground Railroad in the skyJuvenile worksFictionWith Harriet Tubman as her guide, Cassie retraces the steps escaping slaves took on the Underground Railroad in order to reunite with her younger brother+-+3312302605211211ocn016227079book19870.06Ferris, JeriGo free or die : a story about Harriet TubmanJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the black woman whose cruel experiences as a slave in the South led her to seek freedom in the North for herself and for others through the Underground Railroad+-+126896123520776ocn051886265book20030.32Humez, Jean McMahonHarriet Tubman : the life and the life storiesCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyChronicles the life of Harriet Tubman based on the text of stories she told about her life, discussing her childhood in slavery, her religious beliefs, her escape to the North, her role in the Underground Railroad, and other related topics+-+4976464475205314ocn000426755book19540.06Sterling, DorothyFreedom train; the story of Harriet TubmanJuvenile worksBiographyStory of one of the most famous conductors in the Underground Railroad+-+2371895405175228ocn000964908book19610.25Bradford, Sarah HHarriet TubmanHistoryBiographyA brief biography of Harriet Tubman who led many of her fellow slaves to freedom following the Underground Railroad+-+8069501535174013ocn053959428book20030.25Larson, Kate CliffordBound for the promised land : Harriet Tubman, portrait of an American heroHistoryBiography"Harriet Tubman is one of the giants of American history - a fearless visionary who led scores of her fellow slaves to freedom and battled courageously behind enemy lines during the Civil War. Drawing from a trove of new documents and sources as well as extensive genealogical research, Larson reveals Tubman as a complex woman - brilliant, shrewd, deeply religious, and passionate in her pursuit of freedom. The descendant of the vibrant, matrilineal Asanti people of West Africa's Gold Coast, Tubman was born into slavery on the Eastern Shore of Maryland but refused to spend her life in bondage. While still a young woman she embarked on a perilous journey of self-liberation - and then, having won her own freedom, she returned again and again to liberate family and friends, tapping into the Underground Railroad." "Yet despite her success, her celebrity, her close ties with Northern politicians and abolitionists, Tubman suffered crushing physical pain and emotional setbacks. Stripping away myths and misconceptions, Larson presents stunning new details about Tubman's accomplishments, personal life, and influence, including her relationship with Frederick Douglass, her involvement with John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry, and revelations about a young woman who may have been Tubman's daughter. Here too are Tubman's twilight years after the war, when she worked for women's rights and in support of her fellow blacks, and when racist politicians and suffragists marginalized her contribution."--BOOK JACKET+-+437109098516995ocn026858273book19680.06Lawrence, JacobHarriet and the Promised LandJuvenile worksPoetryA brief biography in verse about Harriet Tubman and her dedicated efforts to lead her fellow slaves to freedom. Bold, powerful paintings by a great African American artist vividly capture the drama of Harriet Tubman's life-long struggle to free her people from slavery. Striking rhythmic verse conveys the urgency and danger of Harriet's work on the Underground Railroad+-+282113621516459ocn023901205book19920.06Adler, David AA picture book of Harriet TubmanJuvenile worksBiographyBiography of the black woman who escaped from slavery to become famous as a conductor on the Underground Railroad+-+K01569873513037ocn020934029book19900.06Taylor, MarianHarriet TubmanJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the life of the energetic abolitionist, including her origins as a slave in Maryland, her role as a "conductor" for the Underground Railroad, her service to the Union during the Civil War, and her role in establishing an old-age home for Afro-Americans+-+2497556425126610ocn001958377book19760.19Heidish, MarcyA woman called Moses : a novel based on the life of Harriet TubmanFictionA novel based on the life of Harriet Tubman. Born into slavery, Harriet knew at an early age that she would be free. Her many years of hard work as a slave to cruel owners and overseers included a blow to the head from which she almost died. Harriet finally escaped from slavery. Soon she began working as a guide on the Underground Railroad, a secret route followed by slaves running away to the north+-+459597424512206ocn070830995book20070.22Lowry, BeverlyHarriet Tubman : imagining a lifeHistoryBiographyRecreates the life of escaped slave Harriet Tubman, portraying her life as a slave, lumberjack, laundress, raid leader, nurse, Underground Railroad organizer, and abolitionist+-+064750038511413ocn062161247book20060.06Allen, Thomas BHarriet Tubman, secret agent : how daring slaves and free Blacks spied for the Union during the Civil WarJuvenile worksBiographyAs he did in his highly acclaimed George Washington, Spymaster, author Thomas B. Allen digs back through historical records to present a famous historical figure in a new light. Readers discover that Harriet Tubman--well-known to them as an ex-slave who led hundreds of her people to freedom along the Underground Railroad--was also a spy for the Union Army. More specifically she worked behind Confederate lines in South Carolina getting information about troop movement and Rebel fortifications from slaves that she was leading to freedom on the Underground Railroad+-+8659581796103511ocn062270756visu19960.06Harriet TubmanJuvenile worksBiographyDramaAnimated biography of Harriet Tubman, the Moses of her people, who helped more than 300 slaves escape to freedom in the North+-+298943910610046ocn712037612file20110.29McGowan, James AHarriet Tubman a biographyBiographyOverview: The legendary Moses of the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman was a fiery and tenacious abolitionist who organized and led African American military operations deep in the Confederacy. Harriet Tubman: A Biography relates the life story of this extraordinary woman, standing as a testament to her tenacity, drive, intelligence, and courage. In telling the remarkable story of Tubman's life, the biography examines her early years as Araminta Ross (her birth name), her escape from slavery, her activities as an Underground Railroad conductor, her involvement in the Civil War, and her role as a champion of women's rights. The book places its heroine in the broad context of her time and the movements in which she was involved, and the narrative shifts between the contextual and the personal to give the reader a strong understanding of Tubman as a woman who was shaped by, and helped to shape, the time in which she lived+-+763398868596910ocn039713547book19990.01Kulling, MonicaEscape North! : the story of Harriet TubmanJuvenile worksBiographySurveys the life of Harriet Tubman, including her childhood in slavery and her later work in helping other slaves escape north to freedom through the Underground Railroad+-+09065302859624ocn049566021book20020.06McDonough, Yona ZeldisWho was Harriet Tubman?HistoryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the ninteenth-century woman who escaped slavery and helped many other slaves get to freedom on the Underground Railroad+-+K433793995+-+3584314925324+-+3584314925324Fri Mar 21 15:57:14 EDT 2014batch41403