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she gave freedom to the slaves
Harriet Tubman's traits were that she was brave, smart, courageous, religious, heroic, and kind person.she led the slaves in Maryland out of slavery and into freedom, about 50…0 slaves. she was born in 1820, Dorchester country, Maryland. died march 10th 1913 Auburn New York age 91. she was best known as the best conductor in the Underground Railroad. Married John Tubman, a free slave in 1844, but remained a slave herself until her escape in 1849. She died from pnuemonia, in a nursing home. she help free black slaves from the whites, and so many blacks were thankful to her. also it was wrong for the whites to owns black, which is why they created laws and rights for that kind of thing.
Harriet Tubman was an active abolitionist and a spy during the American Civil War. She escaped her slavery and came back to her plantation to rescue over 70 of her enslave…d family and friends. She used safe houses along the trails between the North and South, also known as the Underground Railroad.
Harriet Tubman is one of a abolitionist persons. An abolitionist is a person who wants to stop slaver for morally wrong reasons. Harriet Tubman was also a slave. Harriet Tubma…n was brave and strong that she freed more than 3,000 people on the Underground Railroad. She is an inspiration to many people.
Harriet Tubman was a woman who helped slaves to freedom. Harriet Tubman was in charge of the Underground Railroad. She helped slaves make it to the north. The Underground …Railroad was a secret-passage way that helped slaves, have better lives's also didn't like Slave Owners because they were the people who captured slaves and sold them. You should find out more information. I know this because she is my Great Great Great Great Great cousin.i doubt it i mean come on she is dead for crying out loud
Harriet Tubman is a slave from the south that escaped to the north. She returned to help other slaves escape their cruel owners. In all, she saved 300 lives. She was also …a spy for the Union during the Civil War. I hope you found this useful.
Harriet Tubman (Araminta Ross, 1820-1913) was an escaped slave who returned to the South more than 19 times to help other escaping slaves. She led more than 300 slaves, in…cluding her parents, to freedom.
She led slaves north to freedom and used the "underground" railroad to move them north. This was a series of stops where they hid as they went north.
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Harriet Tubman is an African American woman who freed slaves using the Underground Railroad system.
No, she didnt. She wore dresses at times but she wore rags. She was a slave going through the underground railroad.
John Tubman did not beat Harriet Tubman, according to my sources. He threatened to tell Harriet's master that she ran away if she did. Harriet was angry and ran away anyway. I… am still confused because John Tubman was a free black so i thought he would want to help slaves escape. John Tubman still didn't beat Harriet Tubman.
she made it 19 trips in 10 years to save 300 slaves she did this because she didn't think slavery was right and she wanted to all help other people slavery cause our safe …from north, no more slaves. All people cause happy safe from north safe place. They never catch Harriet Tubman was very Smart hide place..
she couldnt have any of her own
Harriet Tubman led over 300 slaves to freedom. She married John Tubman. Afterward, she worked as a spy, soldier, and a nurse. she also looked for more slaves and used the unde…rground railroad to free them she was not selfish at all she left and then came back for other family's because she was tired of the servants doing all the work for the people telling them what to do so she went to the underground railroad told them if they can stay there so they can't find them so went by wagon by land sea anything she was very generous not to just give freedom 2 herself.
Harriet Tubman wanted to be free. But when she was free, she became an abolitionist. She wanted to stop slavery and free others who couldn't ecscape on their own. Plus she onc…e got a free cupake out of it