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julia walden pine class May 2010 Harriet Tubman was born as a slave in 1820 or 1821. Harriet and her family lived in Maryland. In 1849 Harriet Tubman ran away from the Brodas plantation. Slave hunters looked for harriet. Harriet walked in the water so the slave hunters and dogs could not follow her tracks. She had disguises so people would not recognize her.

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  • julia walden pine classMay 2010

  • Harriet Tubman was born as a slave in 1820 or 1821. Harriet and her family lived in Maryland.

  • In 1849 Harriet Tubman ran away from the Brodas plantation. Slave hunters looked for harriet. Harriet walked in the water so the slave hunters and dogs could not follow her tracks. She had disguises so people would not recognize her.

  • Harriet Tubman made it to Pennsylvania and she was free. Harriet came back from the north to save her family. Then she saved other people also. She saved over three hundred people from escape from slavery.

  • harriet tubman led the people to the under ground railroad so they wouldn't be slaves anymore. they used the under ground railroad so the hunters couldn't find them. some stops on the under ground railroad had a quilt as a sign.

  • harriet was Free! there was no more slavery. harreit was a spy and a nurse during the civil war.

  • Harriet Tubman received many honors during her life including a medal from Queen victoria. She died in 1913.

  • harriet tubman and the

    freedom train

    By sharon gayle

    harriet tubman time for kids by the editors of time for kids.

    let it shine by

    Steven Alcorn

  • I learned that Harriet Tubman ran away to pennsylvania to be free.

    This Person is a changemaker because:

    1. she helped she lead the people into freedom.2. she was a nurse and a spy and a cook during

    civil war. 3. she was very brave because she could of died

    because there was a $40,000 reward for the person who found her!

    fredrick duuglass they where both slaves. they both lived in maryland.

    Author Talk

  • a person who helps change laws and a person who is brave and helps change the world.

    something that someone doesent want to do but there going to do it.

    a hidden path of houses.

    a state that harriet was born in.

  • A map of free and slave states