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She conducted the Underground Railroad to help other slaves escape to freedom. She worked as a spy to help the Union Army, the north side, in the Civil War. She struggled against slavery for her whole life. Who is “she”? B Thesis Statement She is Harriet Tubman.
This paper exams the history period before slavery was abolished in the United States; it explains why Underground Railroad was important for the slaves and what Frederick Douglass’ role in the Underground Railroad was. It also indicates the history trend for the abolishment of slavery in
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