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    US Abolitionist Tubman's Legacy Lives Oni
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    Chris Simkins
    February 25, 2016 1:16 AM
    One of the heroes of the movement to end slavery in the United States was Harriet Tubman, a woman who was born a slave on a plantation in Maryland. A museum in the city of Cambridge is dedicated to telling her story and keeping Tubman's legacy alive. VOA's Chris Simkins reports.

    US Abolitionist Tubman's Legacy Lives On

    Chris Simkins

    Published February 24, 2016

    One of the heroes of the movement to end slavery in the United States was Harriet Tubman, a woman who was born a slave on a plantation in Maryland. A museum in the city of Cambridge is dedicated to telling her story and keeping Tubman's legacy alive. VOA's Chris Simkins reports.


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