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Harriet Tubman’s Home Authentic Slice of History bookmark – from a tree growing next to the Auburn NY house of Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman’s Home Authentic Slice of History bookmark – from a tree growing next to the Auburn NY house of Harriet Tubman

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: History, Wood, Educational material
  • Favorited by: 27 people
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I made these history keepsakes that functions as a bookmark with a little slice of a downed limb from a tree growing a dozen feet from the brick house Harriet Tubman and her husband built on her farm which she purchased from President Lincoln‘s Secretary of State William Seward.
Harriet Tubman, born on a Maryland plantation in or before 1825, self-emancipated herself and about 70 others in approximately 13 perilous expeditions. Despite lifelong debilitating injuries, she became; a tireless American abolitionist, woman’s suffragist, humanitarian, Underground Railroad Conductor, and cook/nurse/spy/ and scout for the United States Army during the American Civil War. She was directly involved in the freeing of over 800 enslaved people, on her own and in the Combahee River Raid, where she was the first and only woman to lead an armed assault by Federal troops during the American Civil War.

It is printed on archival quality card stock and is sealed in a food and archival quality wrapper which holds the slice of wood in a pocket on the card and stays as part of the bookmark. A nice patriotic ribbon finishes it. It is suitably packaged for gift giving, with over a page of history and links to web sites. (you may need scissors to open the package.) Each one has a different Harriet Tubman quote.
I made them with a little slice of a downed limb of a tree growing a dozen feet from the brick house Harriet Tubman (the only woman to lead a battle in the American Civil War) and her husband built on their property which she purchased from William Seward. If you are in the area you should stop in and take the tour, it is well worth it and see some of my things in the gift shop.
For the GPS minded the tree is located at 42°54'39.09" N 76°33'52.08" W
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I made these history keepsakes that functions as a bookmark with a little slice of a downed limb from a tree growing a dozen feet from the brick house Harriet Tubman and her husband built on her farm which she purchased from President Lincoln‘s Secretary of State William Seward.
Harriet Tubman, born on a Maryland plantation in or before 1825, self-emancipated herself and about 70 others in approximately 13 perilous expeditions. Despite lifelong debilitating injuries, she became; a tireless American abolitionist, woman’s suffragist, humanitarian, Underground Railroad Conductor, and cook/nurse/spy/ and scout for the United States Army during the American Civil War. She was directly involved in the freeing of over 800 enslaved people, on her own and in the Combahee River Raid, where she was the first and only woman to lead an armed assault by Federal troops during the American Civil War.

It is printed on archival quality card stock and is sealed in a food and archival quality wrapper which holds the slice of wood in a pocket on the card and stays as part of the bookmark. A nice patriotic ribbon finishes it. It is suitably packaged for gift giving, with over a page of history and links to web sites. (you may need scissors to open the package.) Each one has a different Harriet Tubman quote.
I made them with a little slice of a downed limb of a tree growing a dozen feet from the brick house Harriet Tubman (the only woman to lead a battle in the American Civil War) and her husband built on their property which she purchased from William Seward. If you are in the area you should stop in and take the tour, it is well worth it and see some of my things in the gift shop.
For the GPS minded the tree is located at 42°54'39.09" N 76°33'52.08" W
#436

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