This simple, unvarnished account recalls the courageous life of one of the most well-known "conductors" on the Underground Railroad. First published in 1869 and privately printed to raise funds for “the Moses of her people,” Sarah Bradford's memorable biography recalls the former slave's ... read more
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This simple, unvarnished account recalls the courageous life of one of the most well-known "conductors" on the Underground Railroad. First published in 1869 and privately printed to raise funds for “the Moses of her people,” Sarah Bradford's memorable biography recalls the former slave's grim childhood; her perilous experiences leading slaves into Canada; her efforts during the Civil War as a nurse, cook, and scout for the Union Army; and her post-conflict endeavors to aid and educate former slaves.
Reprint of the G. R. Lockwood & Son, New York, 1886 edition.
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