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Harriet Tubman With Family, Friends, & Neighbors

Portrait of American abolitionist Harriet Tubman (c1822 – 1913) (left) as she poses with her family, friends, and neighbors on her porch, Auburn, New York, mid to late 1880s. The people are identified as, from left, Tubman, her adopted daughter Gertie Davis and husband Nelson Davis, Lee Cheney, John 'Pop' Alexander, Walter Green, 'Blind Aunty' Sarah Walker, and Dora Stewart. Opened to the public after Tubman's death as retirement home for 'aged and indigent negroes,' it was later known as the 'Harriet Tubman Home.' (Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images)
Portrait of American abolitionist Harriet Tubman (c1822 – 1913) (left) as she poses with her family, friends, and neighbors on her porch, Auburn, New York, mid to late 1880s. The people are identified as, from left, Tubman, her adopted daughter Gertie Davis and husband Nelson Davis, Lee Cheney, John 'Pop' Alexander, Walter Green, 'Blind Aunty' Sarah Walker, and Dora Stewart. Opened to the public after Tubman's death as retirement home for 'aged and indigent negroes,' it was later known as the 'Harriet Tubman Home.' (Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images)
Harriet Tubman With Family, Friends, & Neighbors
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Bettmann / Contributor
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514885176
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Bettmann
Date created:
January 01, 1887
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Bettmann
Object name:
F11729
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