Harriet Tubman was born enslaved but died a free woman. After successfully escaping slavery she joined the Underground Railroad and became one of its most successful conductors, rescuing over 70 enslaved people. During the civil war she worked with the soldiers to free over 700 people from slavery. No one really knows how she did what she did. She was the original bad-ass and she was cool AF.This classic, rustic backpack adds a touch of retro style to any look. Large enough to hold all the essentials and made of durable cotton canvas, this is sure to be a trusty companion for your everyday adventures.
- 53% cotton canvas, 43% polyester, 4% polyurethane leather base
- Zipper closure on main compartment with flap and magnet closure
- Inside lining with interior zipper pocket
- Cotton webbing, adjustable back straps and top carry handle
- Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.