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Ellen and William craft Facts about my famous person By Kate T.
Lifespan They were born in no information they died in no information
Fact #1 They were fugitive slaves that escaped slavery.
Fact #2 They went on a long journey north to Canada.
Fact #3 They made the journey possible even though they couldn't read or write.
Fact #4 They had a different plan to get away than many slaves.
Fact #5 They helped save the other slaves on the journey.
This is one fact about William and Ellen craft that was really interesting to me: That they had enough money for their whole trip.
By Bianca Zori Focus Questions How old was Harriet Tubman when she lead the people to Canada? How long did the underground railroad last? How many people.
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BY ABBY ALFS Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman escaped slavery and made more than nineteen missions to rescue more than three hundred slaves. When the American.
The Struggle for freedom By Maria Putnam. What was the under ground railroads? The Underground Railroad, a vast network of people who helped fugitive.
Kailyn Hoppe Block 2 Harriet was born in she was born into slavery with the name Araminta. Until she changed it to Harriet. Harriet was forced.
A short biography. Tubman, Harriet Ross ( ). Born into slavery on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Tubman gained international acclaim as an Underground.
US history quiz. 1. Where else than from Africa were slaves brought to North America? England New Zealand Canada The Carribean.
II CONDITIONAL. If you had enough money, how would you improve your house or flat?
Underground Railroad. What was it? O Network of secret routes and safe houses O Used to help African-Americans go north (free states and Canada) O Slaves.
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Underground Railroad Escaping Slavery. Essential Questions Why would people put themselves at risk to help others? When is it alright to challenge established.
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Fighting for freedom By Brian Molina. The trip to America The plantation owners went to Africa to look for people to work for them. The plantation owners.
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WILLIAM B. TRAVIS. William B. Travis Skye H. William B. Travis was born in in Saluda, North Carolina Travis married Rosanna Cato on
Make- Take Activities for Comprehension Made with White and Assorted Colors of Construction Paper.
The Origins of Slavery. West Africa Hundreds of years ago Africa was spilt into lots of different tribes not countries. The tribes people of West Africa.
Slave - Catchers By: Jadelyn. Slave – Catchers Slave – Catchers would hunt down slaves trying to escape from there owners.
Would you help a fugitive slave escape to freedom even though it was against the law to do so? Why or why not?
By:KYREETRAYDAVENPORT. Born: Satchel Paige Date: July 7, 1906 Place of Birth: in Mobile, Alabama.
Future Plans Unit 3 Grammar Lesson I. Future Plans In this lesson, we’ll learn how to use the verbs expect, hope, intend, or plan to make future plans.
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Frederick Douglass Born in February of 1818 Maryland.
“Two Tickets to Freedom”
Born a slave in 1818 His mother was a slave in Maryland never saw is father His grandma had to look over 12 children the children were mostly his family.
LAST LECTURE Harriet Tubman. INTRODUCTION Born around 1822 Two slave parents Born into slavery 8 siblings Separated by Slavery.
The Underground Railroad Pages Another Way to Resist Running away was another way slaves chose to resist slavery. Some slaves ran away alone.
Willow Cooke. Early Years Harriet was born a slave. Harriet did hard work as a child. Slaves were not aloud to learn including Harriet because.
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9 x9 81 4/12/2015 Know Your Facts!. 9 x2 18 4/12/2015 Know Your Facts!
1 x0 0 4/15/2015 Know Your Facts!. 9 x1 9 4/15/2015 Know Your Facts!
1 x0 0 4/16/2015 Know Your Facts!. 1 x8 8 4/16/2015 Know Your Facts!
3 x0 0 7/18/2015 Know Your Facts!. 4 x3 12 7/18/2015 Know Your Facts!
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3 x0 0 10/18/2015 Know Your Facts!. 11 x /18/2015 Know Your Facts!
Multiplication Facts. 9 6 x 4 = 24 5 x 9 = 45 9 x 6 = 54.
Multiplication Facts. 2x2 4 8x2 16 4x2 8 3x3.
Multiplication Facts Review: x 1 = 1 10 x 8 =
Multiplication Facts All Facts. 0 x 1 2 x 1 10 x 5.
Kindergarten Sight Words Test. Sight Words Is this word the Yes A No B A B.
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