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    Writing and Art Imagine you are Harriet Tubman. Write a diary entry of a day you helped a friend escape to the North.

    Social Studies Why do you think Harriet Tubman risked her life to help other slaves escape? Share your ideas with a partner.

    Connections

    Harriet Tubman A Reading A–Z Level G Leveled Book

    Word Count: 154

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    LEVELED BOOK • G

    Written by Anthony Curran Il lustrated by James Nathan

    Harriet Tubman

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    Written by Anthony Curran Illustrated by James Nathan

    Who was Harriet Tubman, and why is she important?

    Focus Question

    Harriet Tubman

    Correlation LEVEL G

    G 11–12

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    Fountas & Pinnell Reading Recovery

    DRA

    Harriet Tubman Level G Leveled Book © Learning A–Z Written by Anthony Curran Illustrated by James Nathan

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    Title page: Harriet Tubman (left) poses with a group of former slaves who she helped to escape.

    Photo Credits: Title page: © Bettmann/Corbis; page 3: Courtesy of Library of Congress, P&P Div [LC-USZ62-7816]; page 12 (left): © Gavin Hellier/Alamy; page 12 (right): © Anthony Pleva/Alamy

    brave careful caught

    danger escaped slavery

    Words to Know

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    Harriet Tubman was a brave woman. Harriet Tubman lived in the United States long ago.

    Harriet Tubman • Level G 4

    Harriet was born into slavery in the South. Harriet was a black woman owned by a white family.

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    Harriet had to work hard for no pay. Harriet was not treated well.

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    Harriet escaped. Harriet escaped to the North, where she could be free.

    Slavery in the United States, 1860

    Free states Slave states Areas open to slavery

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    North

    South

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    Harriet wanted to help other slaves become free, too. Harriet went back to the South many times to help other slaves escape.

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    Harriet went back to the South to help her family escape. Harriet went back to the South to help her friends escape.

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    Harriet was in danger every time she went back to the South.

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    People wanted to catch Harriet and make her a slave again. People wanted to punish Harriet for helping other slaves escape.

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    Harriet was careful. Harriet was never caught.

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    Harriet Tubman was a hero. Harriet Tubman helped many slaves become free.

    Famous statues of Harriet Tubman are in New York City, New York (left) and Boston, Massachusetts (right).