Harriet Tubman Memorial

These statues reside in Boston's South End. Harriet Tubman spoke in Boston area Meeting Houses before and after Emancipation.
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Updated on: January 10, 2001

Harriet Tubman Memorial


Harriet Tubman "Step on Board" Memorial

Harriet Tubman This memorial resides in a park at the corner of Columbus Avenue and Pembroke Street in Boston's South End. Harriet Tubman is known to have visited the Charles Street Meeting House, at Mount Vernon and Charles Street, to discuss emancipation with area abolitionists.

Harriet Tubman


South End Emancipation Memorial

This statue is also in the park with Harriet Tubman's "Step on Board" memorial.

Emancipation

Emancipation



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