Harriet Tubman was not the Underground Railroad conductor's birth name.
A youthful head injury had an outsized impact on her life.
She utilized disguises and codes to allay suspicion along the Underground Railroad.
She was even tougher than you can imagine.
She never lost a single follower on her journeys of escape.
She was a vital part of the Union war efforts.
Her second husband was 22 years younger than Tubman when they wed in 1869.
After her work on the Underground Railroad, Tubman championed for women's right to vote.
Despite life-long financial struggles, she epitomized the generous spirit.
She passed away on March 10th, 1913.