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The Civil Disobedience of Harriet Tubam
Transcript of The Civil Disobedience of Harriet Tubam
Within 40 year the south had lost over 10,000 slaves. Due to the Underground Railroad.
Some of the time slaves would have to make the first move all by their selves. The first move was to escape from the slaveholder. After that the conductor would be waiting for them in the woods. Soon after they would run, walk, or, jog 10 to 20 miles to the next station. Where they would rest eat and hide out until they had to leave. While waiting a message would be sent to another conductor. Who would be ready to move forward with the plan. Harriet Tubman wasn’t the only conductor for the trains.There was also Ezekial Thompson and William Whipper. "The fuel to the train of the Underground Railroad was D.I.S.E.L. Desire, ingenuity, endurance, salvation, energy, and longing."