By: Miles Blaxton
What is Harriet Tubman Conductor of the Underground Railroad about?
The book is about slavery and how this one woman helps slaves escape to the North. She has helped a lot of people since she was alive. Since, she was born into slavery and escaped. She has gotten with contacts of the Underground Railroad and stops to help the slaves.
Who is the Author?
The author's name is Ann Petry she was a African American writer born in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. She is also German and she has published seven books in her life time. She died at age eighty-eight of brief illness.
She was the woman who helped escape slaves to the North.
He was the chairman of the Vigilance Committee of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.
He was a American Quaker that helped slaves.