There was a whole lot more to Harriet Tubman's life and work than her time as a conductor on the Underground Railroad. During the United States Civil War, she worked as a Union spy, eventually earning the nickname "General."
Harriet Tubman (c.1820-1913) was born in slavery, escaped 1849, and became leading Abolitionist. (Photo by Universal History Archive/Getty Images)
Topics in this Podcast: U.S. civil war, black history, women's rights, 19th century, biographies, abolition, U.S. history, Underground Railroad, Spies, Harriet Tubman, American Civil War, women, American history, slavery