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Harriet Tubman and the path to Freedom

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Dave McPherson

on 17 April 2014

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Transcript of Harriet Tubman and the path to Freedom

Harriet Tubman and the path to Freedom by Julia Gorski
5 facts
*She was nicknamed Moses when she saved slaves
*After the civil war ended, she turned her activism toward woman's rights
*She was a Union spy
*2 of the slaves she rescued were here own parents
*Her husband refused to help her rescue slaves after he was free
She saved over 300 slaves from slavery
She died March 10, 1913
of Pneumonia in New York
Aramita Ross (Harriet Tubman) was born into slavery in 1819 in Maryland

Tubman as a baby
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