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A 7 page paper which provides a biography of Harriet Tubman along with 2 pages of quotes from and about Harriet Tubman. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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She was just one single individual who was responsible for saving numerous people during these conflicting times. The following paper provides a biography of Harriet Tubman. The paper then presents
numerous quotes from and about Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman Harriet was born around 1820 and was given the name of Araminta, thogh people called her Minty (Morales 4). She
was born into slavery and worked in the masters house cleaning and taking care of an infant: "Unfortunately, Harriet sometimes broke things. Whenever this happened, the mistress of the house
would whip her. Her neck and back were scarred from those beatings. Sometimes, she fell asleep while she was rocking the baby in the cradle. If the baby woke up
crying, the mistress whipped Harriet again. Angry and frustrated, the mistress decided to send the girl to work in the cotton fields. Harriet was about 12 years old then" (Morales
4). At an early age she was married and Harriet worked as a field hand " (Benets Readers Encyclopedia of American Literature 1065). Her husband had told her that
if she tried to escape he would tell on her, turning her in, so she did not ever tell him of her plans (Lowershore.net). The only person she told was
her sister (Lowershore.net). It was at this time, when she escaped, that she took on the name Harriet (Tubman was her married name) which was her mothers name (Lowershore.net). she
escaped in 1849 and took on a 90 mile journey that took her through swamps and forests till she reached the Mason Dixon Line (Lowershore.net). Her focus was to
eventually free her family and "She returned to the South at least nineteen times to lead her family and hundreds of other slaves to freedom via the Underground Railroad" (Patterson