Right: Harriet Tubman with family and
friends, standing by the side of her barn in
Auburn, N. Y., in 1887. From left: Tubman, her
adopted daughter Gertie Davis, husband
Nelson Davis, great-great-niece Lee Cheney,
“Pop” Alexander, Walter Green, “Blind Aunty”
Sarah Parker and great-niece Dora Stewart.
Far right: The Jerry Rescue monument in
Syracuse, N. Y.
the Fugitive Slave Law. He escaped
from authorities and was recaptured.
A sympathetic crowd of about 2,500
townspeople rushed the building where
he was being held. He was spirited out
by the crowd and escaped to Kingston,
Ontario. Today, a marker in downtown
Syracuse describes the Jerry Rescue.
Tubman realized that Canada, where
slavery had been abolished by the British
Parliament in 1833, should be the final
destination for slaves seeking freedom.
She moved her base of operations to
St. Catharines in southern Ontario,
about 50 miles north of the U.S.-Canadian
border, where she lived for seven years.
Tubman is believed to have made at least
10 trips back to the South during that
time, including one in 1857 to rescue her
elderly parents in Maryland and bring
them to freedom in St. Catharines.
New York at the Crossroads
After the Civil War, Tubman moved
to Auburn, N. Y., where she continued
to press for equal rights and rights for
women with the suffragist Susan B.
Anthony. Tubman died in 1913, when she
was well into her 90s, and her Auburn
home is a National Historic Landmark.
Not far from her home is the Seward
House, also a landmark. It is the former
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