Harriet Tubman:

“I can’t Die But Once”


Harriet Tubman followed Gen. Butler’s army as it marched through Maryland. It was, after all, her home country; she knew how to get in and out of here speedily, and it was an opportunity to stimulate slaves to escape to the Union Army. Harriet, operating as a scout and spy of the Union Army was possibly the first American woman to work on the battlefields of the Civil War. Harriet risked everything as a spy for the Union Army. The thirty to a forty-five minute program focus is the evaluation of how an individual leadership affected the outcome of the conflict and experience a different historical perspective. Targeted audience 6th too adult.