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Relationship Status: Married happy with him #Nelson Davis lo

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Keena Hamm

on 11 December 2015

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Relationship Status: Married happy with him #Nelson Davis love him with all my heart! And by the way Shout out to my lovely children #Spoiled go freind them and like their pictures at #1Children of her's Harriet .
Back then women didn't really have jobs but,I led slaves into freedom even though I was hit in the head with a metal object. I was determined to free the slaves because they dont deserve to be treated any diffrently just because of their skin color.

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Harritet Tubman didn't have a education but she understood the bible.
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Harriet__Tubman @Harriet the Slave
This my video showing all the wonderful things that I have done in my life. I may be old but I'm a living ledgend.

I was born in Dorchester Country, Maryland but at the moment Auburn, New York. #Livin The Good Life.
Me and my husband Nelson Davis

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Harriet Ross Tubman's real name was Araminta, but when she got older, she changed her name to her mother's name. She lived from 1820 to 1913. She was born on a plantation in Dorchester County, Maryland.
What was I famous For:
The Underground Railroad was a lifeline for slaves escaping to freedom, and Harriet Tubman was undoubtedly one of its most famous "conductors." Over one hundred years since her passing (March 10, 1913), we invite you to revisit the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman.
Full Name website:www2.ihric.org/pocantico/womenenc/tubman2.html
What was she famous for:to.pbs.org/1pjrWYZ
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