Jacob Lawrence, "The Life of Harriet Tubman No. 12" (1940)
Jacob Lawrence, The Life of Harriet Tubman No. 12. Night after night, Harriet Tubman traveled, occasionally stopping to buy bread. She crouched behind trees or lay concealed in swamps by day until she reached the North. (1940)
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She was never able to sleep there. The souls of the drowned trees were too present, too angry, too resentful.