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Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery on the underground railroad. Later, she became a conductor for the railroad to bring slaves to freedom.
Around 1786, George Washington complained that one of his slaves escaped with the help of a Quaker
Can't wait to get to the railroad!
The railroad helped the slaves but made the south really upset
Slavery lasted over 200 years in America, with the underground railroad being the only hope for some slaves
The railroad and the freed slaves help people see the worst of slavery
Slavery is evil!
Slavery must be stopped
As the civil war went on Harriet worked as a nurse to help injured soldiers
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