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At the age of six Harriet Tubman learned that she was a slave and that being a slave was difficult. She also learned that life on the plantation included certain special days like Sundays and issue day. This is what Harriet Tubman learned about slavery at six years old.
Harriet Tubman learned from her father that in the sky there is a star. This star is special for it never moves, this star is named the north star. It was given this name for it is in the north and will guide anyone where they need to go. This helps Harriet Tubman for she uses it to travel north and save slaves.
Harriet Tubman's father also taught her that you shouldn't drink certain river water for it has salt in it. He told her to check it first and this is helpful so when she travels north she knows what water to drink. Then Harriet Tubman's father also told her how to move more soundlessly which would make Harriet's travel north easier.
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