How many slaves did Harriet Tubman get to freedom?

Harriet Tubman freed 340 slaves in a ten-year span. Taking them to the Underground Railroads and then to Massachusetts. She freed slaves from their Confererate slave owners and took them to the northern union state of Massacusetts. This only includes the slaves she freed when she was a conductor on the Underground Railroad, this number does not include the number of slaves she saved in her successful Combahee Raid, where 750-800 slaves were freed from their plantations.