Harriet Tubman And The Abolitionist Movement

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Created in the early 1800s and assisted by people associated with in the Abolitionist Movement, the underground railroad assisted thousands of slaves departure from enslavement. By one guess of 100,000 slaves make a run from enslavement in the South between 1810 and 1850.The Underground Railroad was a system of classified passages and secure homes used by 19th-century slaves of African ancestors in the United States to make a run to free states and Canada with the help of abolitionists and colleagues who were thoughtful to their purpose. Harriet Tubman assisted hundreds of escaped slaves run to freedom. She never misplaced one of them along the way. As a wanted slave herself, she was assisted along the Underground Railroad by another famous
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