Harriet Tubman Storyboard
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Harriet Tubman learns about slave life is that it is not fair, people aren't being treated right, and all of this information is coming to her unconsciously fast, and this information is coming to her at the age of six years old.
One thing that Harriet Tubman learns from her parents is that there is a special star in the north called the North Star. The North Star is constant, and it will always stay in its place and never move. The star will guide her into freedom with slaves as well.
Another thing that Harriet Tubman learns from her parents are the stories of the Bible that Harriet Tubman's mother read. The stories that were told about Moses and the slaves that he saved, and Harriet Tubman's mother learned the words to the song "Go Down, Moses."
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