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Harriet Tubman was one of the conductors of the Underground Railroad, the railroad was used to free slaves.
African American men got the right to vote in 1870.
African Americans were slaves, they were treated poorly. They were beaten, tortured, starved, and worked to death.
Women had no rights, they were expected to stay at home and care for the children. Women had no say in politics and they couldn't divorce.
Women got the right to vote in 1920.
White, freed men got all rights. They were expected to fight in war and protect our country.
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