From the Late 1800s to the Early 1900s—Harriet Tubman to Anna Pavlova
After escaping from enslavement, Harriet Tubman went on to become a vocal abolitionist and “conductor” on the Underground Railroad. Her legacy as a social activist is undeniable. She worked alongside many other important historical figures, including Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony. Anna Pavlova is remembered as the first prima ballerina to establish her own ballet company and perform all over the world. These and other inspiring biographies will keep readers enthralled from cover to cover.