Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll
Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll

Harriet Tubman Little Thinker Doll

  • 11 inches
  • Harriet Tubman is an American hero. She was born enslaved, liberated herself, and returned to the area of her birth many times to lead family, friends, and other enslaved African Americans north to freedom. Our soft and inspiring Little Thinker Harriet Tubman is a good reminder to be vigilant and strong and to look out for everybody. She is 11 inches tall and like the real Harriet Tubman, is a good leader.

  • In the early 1830s, the term Underground Railroad came into use as the system that led enslaved African Americans to freedom. Harriet Tubman was one of the most well known conductors on the railroad who helped hundreds of others to escape slavery once she herself had escaped. As an abolitionist, suffragist, Civil War nurse, commander, and freedom agent, Tubman’s contribution to the causes of universal freedom and equality rank her among the nation’s most significant agents of change.

    After the war Tubman received a widow’s pension, later petitioning Congress for additional benefits for her own service to the U.S. Army. Eventually her claim was successful and she received an increase to her pension to twenty five dollars per month.

    Among its vast holdings, The National Archives keeps materials relating to the Underground Railroad, the pension claim and supporting documents that Harriet Tubman submitted to Congress, the bill granting the increase of her pension, along with a wealth of resources documenting the African American experience, and women’s history.