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The Fugitive Slave Act and the Underground Railroad (UGRR) w Video
The Fugitive Slave Act and the Underground Railroad (UGRR) w Video
The Fugitive Slave Act and the Underground Railroad (UGRR) w Video
The Fugitive Slave Act and the Underground Railroad (UGRR) w Video
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The Fugitive Slave Act and the Underground Railroad (UGRR) w Video

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-WITH READING -DOWNLOAD AND DROPSQUAD HISTORY DOCUMENTARY

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  • 1. The Fugitive Slave Act and the Underground Railroad (UGRR) WITH READING | DOWNLOAD AND RBG DROPSQUAD HISTORY DOCUMENTARY
  • 2. If I could have convinced more slaves that they were slaves, I could have freed thousands more. Harriet Tubman
  • 3. A depiction of Harriet Tubman with a group of runaway slaves during slavery, seeking freedom (c. Lawrence E. Walker Foundation Collection). (click for full size view)
  • 4. Harriet Tubman with escaped slaves at an Underground Rail Road station
  • 5. …“In 1899, Harriet Tubman purchased a home in Auburn, New York. Tubman, after escaping slavery, lead, on 15 trips to the South, hundreds of Blacks to freedom, via The Underground Railroad, in the North and Canada”… LINK TO FULL READ /DOWNOAD I had reasoned this out in my mind, there was one of two things I had a right to, liberty or death; if I could not have one, I would have the other. Harriet Tubman

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