The Underground Railroad

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  • The intro of John P.Parker.
  • Get to work slave!!!
  • John P.Parker's mission
  • Yes, we can have freedom!
  • We're heading up north so you can have your freedom.
  • Intro of the Fugitive Slave Acts
  • Catch them!!!
  • Please don't hurt us!
  • John P.Parker was a black slave man who grew up in Virginia.
  • John P. Parker's second mission.
  • This mission is dangerous.
  • Let's find the left behind slaves. I brought weapons with me just in case.
  • In 1845, John P. Parker became a free black man and then moved to Ripley, Ohio where there were a lot of abolitionists. Parker helped slaves escape in the Underground Railroad to their freedom.
  • Black Women involved in the Underground Railroad.
  • Yes and Thank you!
  • You can stay at my home.
  • During John P.Parker mission, the Fugitive Slave Acts were passed by Congress in 1850. This act forced runaway slaves back to their owners. The Northern States didn't like this act because they were against slavery. The Southern States were all about slavery.
  • The beginning of the Civil War.
  • We northern states don't want Slavery!
  • I declare a Civil War!
  • Parker's second mission was to help 10 slaves who were left behind in the woods of Kentucky. Parker brought Tom Collins and a free slave man along with him. By the time Parker and Tom Collins rescued the 10 slaves. The mission took a bad turn when they were chased by white men and patrol.
  • Black women from the Northern States were involved in the Underground Railroad movement by opening doors to runaway slaves.
  • The Underground Railroad help lead to the Civil War between the North and the South States. It caused a big argument about having slavery and not wanted to have slavery.
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