In 1849, Harriet Tubman emancipated herself from slavery at the age of 27. The woman called ''Moses'' risked her life repeatedly, returning to the south to liberate more than 70 enslaved people and lead them to freedom. As its most famous conductor, Harriet Tubman has become synonymous with the Underground Railroad
Commemorate your visit to the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park with this collectible patch. The colorful embroidery depicts Tubman against a moonlit scene on the Underground Railroad. Add it to your national park collection today.
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