Harriet Tubman

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  • Harriet Tubman

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    Harriet Ross Tubman was an African American who escaped slavery and then showed runaway slaves the way to freedom in the North for longer than a decade before the American Civil War. During the war she was as a scout, spy, and nurse for the United States Army. After that she kept working for rights for blacks and women. <br> <br>Harriet Tubman was originally named Araminta Ross. She was one of 11 children born to Harriet Greene and Benjamin Ross on a plantation in Dorchester County, Maryland. She

  • Harriet Tubman

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    Harriet Tubman was an influential figure in both, the Underground Railroad and multiple anti-slavery movements. Clearly defined, the Underground Railroad was the series of pathways and stations used by runaways in their escape to freedom (Schraff 24). The Railroad provided houses, buildings, and ways of travel for many slaves desiring for deliverance (Schraff 24). Harriet Tubman’s birth name was Araminta Ross, which she later changed to Harriet (americancivilwar.com). Around the year 1820, she

  • Contributions Of Harriet Tubman

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    Throughout history Harriet Tubman has become to be known as the women on the front of the twenty dollar bill. She has been treated like she was a dog people were hitting her with a riding crop for not doing what they were supposed to do they were slaves for the people who brought them into the country. She is influential because she took care of people who were wounded and sick, she helped the slaves get to freedom and she also part of the underground railroad. Harriet Tubman is influential because

  • Harriet Tubman Biography

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    Harriet Tubman has become the center of a lot of attention recently when it was announced she would be on the new 20 dollar bill. Being on a U.S. currency note is pretty important. One of the reasons she is on the countries most used currency is the fact she is probably “the most famous conductor of the underground railroad.” [Harriet Tubman biography, no author] she also devoted her life for women's rights. Harriet Tubman during the civil was a spy, a cook and a nurse for the union. Harriet Tubman

  • Harriet Tubman Strengths

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    Footsteps- Harriet Tubman “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach the stars to change the world.” This was quoted by Harriet Tubman.She was born into slavery in 1920. Harriet Tubman was a very stong women who seemed as if she wasn’t scared of anything or anyone. She dedicated her life to helping others, she helped set free hundreds of slaves. To me this women shows that no matter the risk if you truly belive

  • Harriet Tubman Essay

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    Harriet Tubman By Blake Snider December 5, 2010 Professor J Arrieta Seminar Critical Inquiry Harriet Tubman is a woman of faith and dignity who saved many African American men and women through courage and love for God. One would ponder what would drive someone to bring upon pain and suffering to one’s self just to help others. Harriet Tubman was an African American women that took upon many roles during her time just as abolitionist, humanitarian, and a Union

  • Who Is Harriet Tubman?

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    Harriet Tubman was a slave that escaped from the South. She was born into slavery, but eventually had a successful escape. After her escape, she was named a leading abolitionist that risked her life in dangerous trips to save slaves from the plantation. She was the “conductor” of the Underground Railroad. As a result, she saved hundreds of slaves so that they could have freedom. Working as a spy, Harriet was a part of the Union Army in the Civil War. Harriet Tubman was born in 1820, with

  • Contributions Of Harriet Tubman

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    Throughout history Harriet Tubman has become to be known as the women on the front of the twenty dollar bill. She has been treated like she was a dog people were hitting her with a riding crop for not doing what they were supposed to do they were slaves for the people who brought them into the country. She is influential because she took care of people who were wounded and sick, she helped the slaves get to freedom and she also part of the underground railroad. Harriet Tubman is influential because

  • Harriet Tubman Essay

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    Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman was a very interesting women. Harriet Tubman, was born as Araminta Ross in 1819 or 1820 in Dorchester County, Maryland. Araminta Tubman had changed her name to Harriet after her mother, and Ross of course was after her father. Harriet was born into slavery. There were eight children in her family and she was the sixth. Her mother died when she was only five years old. The first person that owned

  • Harriet Tubman Essay

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    Harriet Tubman was an important African American who ran away from slavery and guided runaway slaves to the north for years. During the Civil War she served as a scout, spy, and nurse for the United States Army. After that, she worked for the rights of blacks and women. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Harriet Tubman was really named Araminta Ross, but she later adopted her mother’s first name. She was one of eleven children of Harriet Greene and Benjamin Ross. She was five when she worked on a plantation

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