Students read a short but informative biography of Tubman, then take notes during a brief video (available on youtube, search keywords included). At this point, they use their background knowledge and context clues to answer questions about a famous but undated photo of Tubman. Students offer great educated guesses about the possible dates of the photo and the meaning of her pose and materials. Finally, they read a primary source letter from Frederick Douglass to Tubman, and analyze Douglass' purpose for writing and his feelings about Tubman. A great way to study Tubman in many different formats - primary source readings, videos, photos, and discussion.