These primary sources consist of broadsides, reward posters, newspaper clippings, historical documents, sheet music, photographs and narratives pertaining to the Underground Railroad.
(Douglass, Pp 120-135) Her Struggle to Accomplish Her Goal Harriet Tubman, being an abolitionist, firmly considered that every slave has a right to freedom.
All through life, she endeavored for the liberation of Blacks from the abuse by the Whites.
Her entire life was a struggle to eradicate the black-white discrimination.
She was a symbol of encouragement and motivation for her people.
Her persistent effort for civil rights and equality were greatly appreciated by all.