​-        Escaped slave, abolitionist, and armed spy during the Civil War.

-        Escaped from slavery and began freeing her family members through a connected network of safe houses called the Underground Railroad.

-        Led approximately 300 slaves to freedom in the North during her lifetime, earning her the nickname “Moses”

-        Served as a soldier, American spy, cook, and nurse in the Union army during the Civil War.

-        Continued to work in support of women’s equal rights and the right for a women to vote until her death in 1913.

-        John Brown shared his plans to raid Harpers Ferry with her.

-        She was buried with military honors in Fort Hill Cemetery in New York.​