Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, African American
, American History
, Biography Memoir
, Military History
, Civil War
Very fascinating read about a pretty amazing woman.
Pretty solid account of Tubman's life, though as facts were somewhat thin on the ground, the author leaned hard on context. I feel as though Clinton could have used more examples of people in similar circumstances, and engaged in less speculation. Overall, I leaned a lot, but I had to wade though a ...
I thought this would be mildly interesting, because of the Canadian connection (Tubman brought her family to Upper Canada, and lived in St. Catharines for a time, though she returned fairly quickly to New York State), but it turned out to be more than that. Not having had an American upbringing, I h...