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Transcript of Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground Railroad
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One hundred years before the Jim Crow South, slavery still thrived in America. Many Southern slaves fled north to freedom using a secret network of escape routes known as the Underground Railroad.
The "conductors" on the Underground Railroad were brave men and women who provided the escaping slaves with food hid them in secret tunnels and false cupboards, and guided the runaways to the next 'station.' One of the most famous of these conductors was a woman named Harriet Tubman.
Complete the t-chart by filling in main ideas on the left hand side and details on the right hand side.
Before Jim Crow
Conductors of the Underground Railroad
"Harriet Tubman: Conductor of the Underground Railroad"
1. What form of organization does Ann Petry use?
2. What is Harriet's motivation as a conductor?
Harriet Tubman is a true American hero. If you could be a true American hero (super or otherwise) what type of power would you exercise?