Next month will mark 100 years since Harriet Tubman died in Auburn. Laurel Ullyette, President of the Harriet Tubman Booster Club, says part of Tubman's legacy was helping others find their way to freedom.
Ullyette tells us that Tubman's work in the Underground Railroad was part of a larger act.
Tubman made the trip back and forth many times, which often put her in danger long after moving to Auburn.
Ullyette was a guest on the Finger Lakes Morning News with Joe Salzone. Click here to listen to the full interview.