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Harriet Tubman Resources on the World Wide Web

The Harriet Tubman Home Website was created to present the legacy of "The Moses of Her People" on the World Wide Web, as it is preserved at the Harriet Tubman Home in her adopted home town of Auburn, New York. Persons interested in contributing material for this site (etexts, images, or links) are invited to contact the website editor.Click here for:

Other Harriet Tubman SitesUnderground Railroad ResourcesAfrican American History & CultureImage Credits for This Website

Other Harriet Tubman Websites

The Harriet Tubman Page by Ken Aldrich

Underground Railroad Resources

The Underground Railroad Bibliography by Carole Marks, University of Maryland
The North Star Underground Railroad Foundation
The Underground Railroad in New York State
The Underground Railroad in Niagara County
The Underground Railroad in Rochester
National Park Service Underground Railroad Project
The Raleigh Township Centennial Museum (Elgin Settlement) North Buxton, Ontario
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site Washington DC
Frederick Douglass Museum and Cultural Center (Rochester, NY)
Gerrit Smith Virtual Museum

African American History & Culture

THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN AMERICA By Norman Coombs (Project Gutenberg e-text)
The Smiley Page, by Gladys Smiley Bell at Kent State

Image Credits for This Website

Initial website design and development for the Harriet Tubman Home website was done as a public service by NY History Net.Except as indicated in the image credits below, all materials on this site are Copyright © 1997, The Harriet Tubman Home, Auburn NY.

Life of Harriet Tubman

Portrait of Harriet Tubman by Robert S. Pious, Still Pictures Branch, National Archives and Records Administration.
Launching Party for the SS Harriet Tubman. 1944, Still Pictures Branch, National Archives and Records Administration

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Auburn, NY 13201
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