There was a large turnout for the unveiling of the bronze statue of Harriet Tubman in front of the courthouse in Cambridge. Image: Cheryl Costello

VIDEO: Visitors Flock to Cambridge to See Tubman Immortalized with 13-Foot Sculpture

The rich history of Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad on Maryland’s Eastern Shore’s is no secret—there are two museums, a historic byway, and a well-known mural all dedicated to her legacy. But the newest addition to her birthplace of Dorchester County puts her freedom-seeking role front and center.

As Cheryl Costello shows us, the bronze sculpture was permanently installed outside the courthouse where enslaved people were auctioned as property. Watch below: