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Brooke Zenner and Delisia Draper

Mrs.Mick, Mrs.Schmer
Annotated Bibliography
Primary Sources:
"A History concerning the Pension Claim of Harriet Tubman Written by Charles Wood,
06/01/1888." A History concerning the Pension Claim of Harriet Tubman Written by
Charles Wood, 06/01/1888. Web. 11 Dec. 2014.
<http://research.archives.gov/description/306575>.
This is a primary source because it was written in June 1st, 1888 by Charles Wood. This
artifact contains examples of both leadership and legacy. This contains a lot of helpful
information about Harriet and her life.
"A Negro Women's Career." The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. 13 Mar. 1913. Web. 24 Nov. 2014.
<http://bklyn.newspapers.com/image/54221229/?terms=harriet tubman>.
This is a primary source because it an article that was written right around the end of
Tubmans life. This article is from around the time Harriet died and talks about the life
she lived and her legacy that will live on.
"Afro-American Notes." The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 9 Aug. 1911. Web. 25 Nov. 2014.
<http://bklyn.newspapers.com/image/54443944/?terms=harriet tubman>.
This is a primary source because it is a newspaper article from Tubmans time. This
article says that Harriet is back at her home and penniless. Mary B. Talbert tried to
convince the Empire State Federation to give Harriet a monthly income of $25 monthly.
This is an example of her legacy because everything she worked for in her live made
others want to make sure she knew she was appreciated.
"Columbia American History Online." Columbia American History Online. Web. 20 Nov. 2014.
<http://caho-test.cc.columbia.edu/ps/10177.html>.

This is Harriets letter to President Lincoln trying to influence him to abolish slavery. This
shows her leadership by stepping up and addressing the president that slavery should
be eliminated.
"Fugitive Slave Law." American Memory. The Library of Congress. Web. 5 Dec. 2014.
<http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/odyssey/archive/03/0305001r.jpg>.
This is a primary source because it is the Fugitive Slave Law that was created due to the
Underground Railroad. This shows that Tubmans work caused chaos and that people
wanted to stop her.
"Goes to Home She Founded." The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1 June 1911. Web. 25 Nov. 2014.
<http://bklyn.newspapers.com/image/53894965/?terms=harriet tubman>.
This is a primary source because it is a newspaper article written while Tubman was
alive. This is an article talking about Harriet going home poor and her trustees wanting to
raise a fund for her. This is shows her legacy because people wanted to do whatever
they could for her since she did the same with the Underground Railroad.
"Harriet, the Moses of Her People,."American Memory. The Library of Congress. Web. 5 Dec.
2014. <http://memory.loc.gov/cgibin/ampage?collId=ody_rbcmisc&fileName=ody/ody0321/ody0321page.db&recNum=0&i
temLink=D?aaodyssey:4:./temp/~ammem_n0fw::@@@mdb=manz,eaa,aap,aaeo,rbaap
cbib,aasm,ftvbib,aaodyssey,hh,gottscho,mharendt,bbpix,bbcards,magbell,berl,lbcoll>.
This is a primary source because it is a letter written by Susan B. Anthony to a group of
women about Harriet Tubman and her condition before her death. This helps us show
her legacy and how she affected the lives of other women and was a role model.
"HARRIET: THE MOSES OF HER PEOPLE." HARRIET: THE MOSES OF HER PEOPLE.
Web. 20 Nov. 2014. <http://pathways.thinkport.org/eyewitness/tubman.cfm>.

This contains excerpts from the book Harriet: The Moses of Her People published in
1886 by one of Harriets friends. Her friend talks about her leadership in the
Underground Railroad.
Harriet Tubman Census Record." Web. 21 Nov. 2014.
<http://www.nygeo.org/1880_harriet_davis_tubman.jpg>.
This is a primary source because it is a record of the people who were taken in by
Harriet on June 3, 1880. The shows Tubmans leadership in bringing people out of
slavery and on the road to freedom.
"HARRIET TUBMAN." HARRIET TUBMAN. Web. 12 Dec. 2014.
<http://www.harriettubman.com/bennew2.html>.
This is a primary because it is the eulogy Booker T. Washington. This artifact explains
the legacy of Tubman. This is helpful because it has many reasons how Tubmans life
has changed America.
"Harriet Tubman." The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 4 June 1911. Web. 25 Nov. 2014.
<http://bklyn.newspapers.com/image/53895060/?terms=harriet tubman>.
This is a primary source because it is a article from the time Tubman was alive. This
article talks about Harriet Tubmans life along with other slavery abolitionists and how
they will never be forgotten which is an example of her legacy.
"Harriet Tubman, The Moses of Her People." The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 6 Oct. 1912. Web. 24
Nov. 2014. <http://bklyn.newspapers.com/image/54474855/?terms=harriet tubman>.
This is a primary source because it is an article from when Tubman was alive. This
article goes through the whole life of Tubman and describes her adventures and
hardships. This has examples of her leadership in the Underground Railroad and her
legacy that has lived on since then.
"H.R. 4982, A Bill Granting a Pension to Harriet Tubman Davis." National Archives and

Records Administration. National Archives and Records Administration. Web. 11 Dec.


2014. <http://www.archives.gov/global-pages/largerimage.html?i=/legislative/features/claim-of-harriet-tubman/images/billl.jpg&c=/legislative/features/claim-of-harriet-tubman/images/bill.caption.html>.
This is a primary source because its a bill passed by the House of Representatives. This
attributes to her legacy because her involvement as a nurse for the military led to an
increase to her pension.
"Letter from Sereno E. Payne, Chairman of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries,
to George Ray, Chairman of the Committee on Invalid Pensions, on Behalf of the Claim
of Harriet Tubman That She Was Employed as a Nurse, Cook, and a Spy, 02/05/1898."
Letter from Sereno E. Payne, Chairman of the Committee on Merchant Marine and
Fisheries, to George Ray, Chairman of the Committee on Invalid Pensions, on Behalf of
the Claim of Harriet Tubman That She Was Employed as a Nurse, Cook, and a Spy,
02/05/1898. Web. 12 Dec. 2014. <http://research.archives.gov/description/306574>.
This is a primary source because it is a letter from February 5th, 1898 about raising
Tubmans pension. This artifact shows Tubmans leadership during the war as a nurse,
cook, and spy. This is also helpful because the person who wrote this letter, Sereno E.
Payne, personally knew Harriet Tubman.

"The Sun. (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, May 02, 1909, Second Section, Page 2, Image 16."
Chronicling America. Web. 12 Jan. 2015.
<http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030272/1909-05-02/ed-1/seq-16/>.
This is a primary source because it is a newspaper writing about her in 1911. This
contains a picture of Harriet Tubman to use on our website and also a lot of Harriets life
and her legacy.
"Miller NAWSA Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897-1911." The Library of Congress. Web. 20 Nov.

2014. <http://memory.loc.gov/cgibin/ampage?collId=rbcmil&fileName=scrp7004801/rbcmilscrp7004801.db&recNum=0&it
emLink=D?rbcmillerbib:1:./temp/~ammem_gx5d::>.
This is a primary source because its a photograph of Harriet sitting in a rocking chair
outside. You are able to see the indention on her head from the weight she was hit with
as a child. This contributes to her legacy because she wasnt scared of anyone and was
a strong-willed women.
"Page 16 - The Brooklyn Daily Eagle at Newspapers.com." Newspapers.com. Web. 15 Dec.
2014. <http://bklyn.newspapers.com/image/53895060/?terms=harriet tubman>.
This is a primary source because it is a newspaper article from June 4,1911. It talks
about Harriet and her leadership with the underground railroad.
"Senate Report 1619 to Accompany a Bill Granting a Pension to Harriet Tubman Davis,
02/07/1899." Senate Report 1619 to Accompany a Bill Granting a Pension to Harriet
Tubman Davis, 02/07/1899. Web. 11 Dec. 2014.
<http://research.archives.gov/description/7330232>.
This is a primary source because it is a report from the Senate made on February 1st,
1899. This shows Tubmans legacy because it talks about how she is an amazing
woman and how she has helped our country and that she deserves to be recognized.
"The Underground Railroad. A Record of Facts, Authentic ... . - PT Search - Full View |
HathiTrust Digital Library | HathiTrust Digital Library." The Underground Rail Road. A
Record of Facts, Authentic ... . - PT Search - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library |
HathiTrust Digital Library. Web. 1 Dec. 2014.
<http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt/search?q1=harriet
Tubman;id=loc.ark:/13960/t4th8mn3z;view=1up;seq=13;start=1;sz=10;page=search;orie
nt=0>.

This is a primary source because it is a book about her that was written while she was
alive. This source provides information on the personal perspective of how harriet was a
leader to the people. This article helps us because people from her time.
"Tubman: Conductor of the Underground Railroad." Tubman: Conductor of the Underground
Railroad. Web. 20 Nov. 2014.
<http://www.americaslibrary.gov/aa/tubman/aa_tubman_rail_1_e.html>.
This is a primary source because its an advertisement for a $200 reward for runaways
that escaped on the Underground Railroad. This lets us know that people didnt like her
stepping up and taking a stand to slavery.
Secondary Sources:
"About Harriet Tubman." About Harriet Tubman. Web. 2 Dec. 2014.
<http://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/harriet/support1.html>.
This is a secondary source because it is a short biography about Harriet Tubman. This
portrays Tubmans legacy from her lifetime.
Bellis, Mary. "Harriet Tubman - Leading Slaves into Freedom." About.com Inventors.
About.com, 5 Mar. 2014. Web. 2 Dec. 2014.
<http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blharriettubman.htm>
This is a secondary source because it shows Harriet's life before and as a slave.
This potential leads up to her freeing other slaves which shows her leadership
which will then determine her legacy.
"Harriet Tubman Day, 1990." Harriet Tubman. Web. 15 Dec. 2014.
<http://www.harriettubman.com/bush2.jpg>.
This is a secondary source because it is a document from George Bush in 1990. This is
another example of her legacy because everything she has done for the country led to a
day of her own.
"Harriet Tubman: 10 Facts." Obituaries. Web. 25 Nov. 2014.

<http://www.legacy.com/news/legends-and-legacies/harriet-tubman-10-facts/868/>.
This article of Harriet provided information on her attempts on running and the people
she took with her. Also the possibility Harriet might have had a child named Margaret
who accompanied her on the underground railroad. Plue these facts help to show
Harriets dedication and her leadership strategies to freeing the slaves.
"Harriet Tubman Conductor of the Underground Railroad Civil War." Harriet Tubman
Conductor of the Underground Railroad Civil War. Web. 8 Jan. 2015.
<http://www.americancivilwar.com/women/harriet_tubman.html>.
This is a secondary source because it is a biography about her. This is going to help
us with telling about her early life and her role in the Underground Railroad.
"People & Ideas: Harriet Tubman." PBS. PBS. Web. 11 Dec. 2014.
<http://www.pbs.org/godinamerica/people/harriet-tubman.html>.
This is a secondary source because it is a biography about Tubmans life. This has good
examples of her leadership with the Underground Railroad and her legacy that lives on
today. This source also provides pictures we can use on our website.
"Proclamation." Harriet Tubman. Web. 15 Dec. 2014.
<http://www.harriettubman.com/clinton3.jpg>.
This is a secondary source because it is a document from Bill Clinton in 1990. This is a
good example of Tubman legacy because he actions while she was alive led to the
establishment of Harriet Tubman Day.
"The Life of Harriet Tubman - New York History Net." The Life of Harriet Tubman - New York
History Net. Web. 2 Dec. 2014. <http://www.nyhistory.com/harriettubman/life.htm>.
This is a secondary source because it provides some evidence that Tubmans legacy as
the moses of her people. Also it tells us her role in the underground railroad.