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Twenty Fantastic Accomplishments of Harriet Tubman

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Know as 'The Moses of her People' she helped hundreds of slaves escape to freedom.

Rated 16 points - posted 3 years ago by JanetK in category People.
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She was named 'The Moses of Her People' because she saved over 300 slaves. Report Abuse
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i love harriet for what she did
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correct
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70 people, 300 has been exacterated
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It is a accomplishment
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Also 、she went to the free state but she went back risking her life to help her families
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that's what my mom said : 0
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How is that an accomplishment
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With the last of her money she opened a home for the aged. Report Abuse
This home still stands today.
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Good one
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thats was nice
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beautiful if you were still allive the world will be a better place because after when you went through all that you are still going to give away free stuff to people you are one of the most awsomest poples in the world i hope you are having a great time in haven
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After helping her family escape there were large rewards out for capture. Report Abuse
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this is so nice wat she did 4 da people
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that wonderful that she saved her family but said that they tried to capture her and her family
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She became a master of disguise to help her fellow slaves. Report Abuse
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She was hired as a dishwasher in Philadelphia and worked hard. Report Abuse
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how
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tht just mean
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She escaped by hiking through swamps at night she walked 90 miles to freedom. Report Abuse
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thats sweet
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The Fugitive Law caused Harriet to lead her fellow slaves to Canada. Report Abuse
She said she could no long trust Uncle Sam with her people.
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The plantation where she worked was sold and Harriet was to be shipped off to the deep South. Report Abuse
Many slaves shipped to the south were never see or heard from again.
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not accomlishment, its a trouble
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As conductor of the Underground Railroad she left no one behind. Report Abuse
Many people were hungry for freedom and she helped them all.
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When the Civil War started she was a spy for the Union Soldiers. Report Abuse
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I wound love to be a spy
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Harriet was very religious and her religion taught her that slavery was a sin. Report Abuse
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that is not really an accomplishment
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She was born Harriet Ross to parents of the Ashanti Tribe of West Africa. Report Abuse
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how is this an acomplishment
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After the Civil War she went on speaking tours to tell of her Underground Railroad. Report Abuse
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She made 19 tirps on her 'Underground Railroad' Report Abuse
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Harriet Tubman never received any money for the service to her country during the Civil War. Report Abuse
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Yes she did, she received a 12 dollar monthly pension for her work as a nurse.
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how is this an accomplishment
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When she was 15 she tried to help a runaway slave. Report Abuse
Her overseer hit her head hard and he slipped into a coma, it took her months to recover and she suffered blackout for the remainder of her life.
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A book was published in 1869 about her heroism and brought her lots of money. Report Abuse
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thats a good one
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She decided to go back and save her family. Report Abuse
She traveled back and rescued her sister's family.
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At the age of 24 Harriet married John Tubman a free black man. Report Abuse
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yea thats actually true.
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HE CHEATED ON HER!!! THE LOUSY GIT!!!!
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Harriet Tubman died in near poverty in 1913. Report Abuse
She told everyone that she would go an prepare a place for them.
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ok everyone know she was the best so i dont understand why you feel the need to say that. you didnt look smart with that post go back and educate yourself
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how is that an accomplishment?
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harriet tubman was the best
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