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Harriet Tubman & the Combahee River Action

Darrell Gane-McCalla

On June 3, 1863, Harriet Tubman led union troops in a
guerrilla action at Combahee River, South Carolina, leading
over seven hundred and fifty slaves to freedom. It was the
first and only military action to be conceived and led by a
woman in US history.

Printed at C & D Printshop, Chicago, IL.

This is #6 in the Celebrate People’s History Poster Series.

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