Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman - Kelsey Jans History 201 Prof. Lamphier...

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Kelsey Jans History 201 Prof. Lamphier 2/16/07 Extra Credit #1 Harriet Tubman was a former slave who had run away from a plantation in 1849. Harriet decided to return in order to rescue other slaves. She had never lost a passenger because of the many “visions” she had. Harriet was also known to be a spy for the union army. Harriet had a connection to a famed abolitionist by the name of John Brown. She also led a raid up the South Carolina Carribahee River and had freed about 750 plantation slaves. I decided to attempt freedom . I met “General Tubman” And she told me and a group of other slaves how to cross the bridge over the Choptank River so we would not be caught. She then told us that we would meet a group of people in Delaware. Harriet Tubman had told us prior to crossing the bridge that if there is a lantern on a hitching post, a house would be safe for us to approach. I decided to approach the house and it turned out that Harriet was right. The house was safe and we were welcomed with hot
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