One leader can change how a region, or group of people think, but many leaders can make an entire country question itself. A group called the abolitionist did just this. The abolitionist held many leaders such as Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln and many more. All of these people held specific qualities that set them apart as ideal leaders and spokespeople. One of these leaders was Harriet Tubman, born as a slave she had great initiative and courage as she not only escaped slavery but returned to plantations to sneak off more and more slaves.
Influential Leaders of the Underground Railroad Throughout the mid 1800’s slavery was an action spread broadly across the south. The Underground Railroad arose in the early 1830’s, helping slaves escape to a new future under the influence and assistance of some major names: Harriet Tubman, William Still and Thomas Garrett. These three influential leaders took the problem of slavery into their own hands by conducting routs, traveling back and forth to help others, assisting serfs to escape while risking their lives for slaves, like them, to a future of freedom.
Thanks to the Underground Railroad, about 75,000 slaves escaped before the Civil War began. However, in the North most people were opposed to the extreme abolitionists. Northerners thought that extremists’ made a peaceful end of the slavery impossible. For example, in Boston in 1835, William Lloyd Garrison almost hanged. Elijah Lovejoy was attacked and killed, Frederick Douglass had to
I am choosing Harriet Tubman as my research project because she is the epitome of courage and strength. During slavery Tubman risked her life to smuggle 300 African American slaves to freedom. The fact that she was able to accomplish the feat of freeing slaves is significant because she was a runaway slave herself with a bounty on her head. Also, Tubman was a proponent of the women’s suffrage movement attending events and giving speeches concerning the equality of women.
Harriet Tubman (born Araminta Ross c 1822 -. 10/03/1913), was African American, humanitarian, and, during the American Civil War spy abolitionist Union. Born into slavery, Tubman escaped and subsequently made thirteen missions to rescue his friends and about seventy slave family, using the network antislavery activists and safe houses known as subways. Abolitionist later helped John Brown recruit men for his attack on Harpers Ferry, and in the postwar era struggled for women 's
Harriet Tubman was an American abolitionist, humanitarian, and an armed scout and spy for the United States Army during the American Civil War. Born into slavery, Tubman escaped and subsequently made some thirteen missions to rescue approximately seventy enslaved families and friends, using the network of antislavery activists and safe houses known as the Underground Railroad. She later helped abolitionist John Brown recruit meTubman spent her remaining years in Auburn, tending to her family and other people in need. She worked various jobs to support her elderly parents, and took in boarders to help pay the bills. One of the people Tubman took in was a Civil War veteran named Nelson Davis.
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
Araminta ross, also know as Harriet Tubman, was born into slavery in 1820. She was a slave for 29 years until 1849 when she escaped to Philadelphia with two of her brothers. She went back to Maryland a bunch of different times and had saved most of her family, plus some other slaves, within eight years of leaving. By the late 1850s she had moved out to a farm house in Auburn that she bought for her parents. Before the civil war began she helped with the Underground Railroad leading slaves to freedom in the north.
The blue flowers represent Aminata’s time on the indigo plantation and the things she went through. Robinson Appleby sexually assaulted her, she lost her son Mamadu to slave traders, and had her head shaved and belongings burned in front of the other slaves. The indigo business also gave her hope though, as it allowed her to meet Solomon Lindo, an indigo grader and her second owner. After slave trade
Goree island was a holding place for slaves before they were actually sold into slavery. Beautiful scenery , people still live on the island. For 400 years the Africans on the island fought for freedom from the white colonists, such as the french and portuguese. Goree is small 900 meters but great history. For Many years they went from house to house for freedom.
Harriet Tubman’s character traits played a role in her escape from slavery, because she was brave, smart, and successful. Harriet was so brave that she escaped slavery and came back to save her Family, friends, and other slaves. Harriet Tubman was so brave she was not afraid of getting caught and killed she just went with her heart saved as many slaves as she could because she was so brave and fearless. She was brave because she was not scared to leave the plantation and she was not scared of the consequences if she had got caught.