Augusta educator Emily Tubman (nee Thomas) born in Ashland, Virginia
City of Augusta, Georgia
Emily Harvie Thomas Tubman dies, Frankfurt, KY.
The city of Augusta dedicates a monument to Emily Tubman near the corner of Green and 7th St. in downtown Augusta.
Emily Tubman is inducted into the Georgia Women of Achievement.
Historic marker marking the house of Emily Tubman in Augusta is dedicated
Born in Ashland, Virginia, as Emily Harvie Thomas, she married Richard C. Tubman in 1818. Following his death in 1836 Tubman struggled to fulfill his final wish - freeing his slaves until 1842, when they were sent to Liberia.
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