the most courageous woman from the civil war
Harriet Tubman was a freedom fighter from the time of civil war and slavery, who helped many slaves find there way to freedom through the underground railroad.
Evidence: Harriet Tubman was the most courageous person in the civil war.
Harriet Tubman was a slave, and she would have never even been known if she hadn't escaped. for how tough the times were back then, it took a lot of courage to run away from slavery because the cost was either your life, or harsh (possibly worse than death) punishments. She didn't only save her self from shackles, but many others as well. so much in fact that, the union army saw her value, and hired her as a spy, and she served in hopes for other slaves experiencing what she had to go through as well.