Underground Railroad- Hayden Bowen
By haydenbowen, Updated
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The Underground Rail Road was a way for escaped slaves to be free.
A nice Quaker man is gonna help me get to the North trough the underground rail road.
The underground rail road was used across the U.S. from the 1780's to 1862
The underground rail road is important because it freed many slaves by smuggling them to the north!
One of the most famous conductors of the underground rail road, Harriet Tubman was a nurse in the Union during the Civil War.
The underground rail road helped our nation because ex-Slaves also known as freedmen joined the Union army due to their new freedom that the Union Provided and increased our army with more soldiers to help win the war
Here, here! A way for slaves to be free known as the underground rail road has commenced
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