She was a passionate suffragist.
She created a nursing home for African-Americans.
At one point, the reward for her capture reached $40,000.
She earned $20/month in pension following the end of the Civil War.
She was often behind enemy lines, operating as a scout for the Union.
She is credited with aiding in the liberation of over 3,000 enslaved Africans.
She was an ardent anti-slavery advocate who dedicated her life to the abolition of the “peculiar institution”.
And she’ll be the first woman to be featured on a United States banknote in more than a century.
If you guessed Harriet Tubman, then you win $20!