Analysis Of Harriet Tubm Conductor On The Underground Railroad

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“Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground Railroad” is an excerpt from the biography written by Ann Petry. Throughout the journey, Tubman often said, “We got to go free or die. And freedom’s not bought with dust.” Harriet Tubman was a fearless woman who risked her life countless times to secretly escort slaves to the North. Thomas Garrett was a prosperous Quaker who played a significant role in the Underground Railroad. Furthermore, Ellen Craft was a strong slave who cleverly used her light skin to escape her horrible life as a slave. All in all, these characters exhibit the extreme sacrifices that must be made to achieve
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