Did you ever hear the story about Harriet Tubman’s final Underground Railroad operation?

One night, in December 1860, she arrived with six passengers at the home of her friend Martha Coffin Wright, a Quaker abolitionist who lived in the industrial town of Auburn, in upstate New York. Harriet had been followed closely by slave catchers from the Eastern Shore, and it took her a month to safely lead the group into the free North.