By Erick Lengtat
Harriet Tubman's life
Harriet Tubman was born in Maryland in 1820. During Tubman's life slavery was in many different states. Tubman helped slavery by making the Underground Railroad. This secretly escaped slaves into free states where there was no slavery. Throughout Tubman's life she put herself in great danger by helping slaves escaped through the Underground Railroad.
Harriet Tubman worked very hard throughout her life. She was very brave and risked her life to free slaves.
Tubman started the Underground Railroad. By starting this she freed over 300 slaves.
She also helped in the Civil War. She served as a cook, nurse, and spy. Tubman was helpful because she knew the land very well.
Harriet Tubman's life was very hard and dangerous. For what we can do to honor Tubmans bravery is to never forget what she did. Her bravery and determination freed hundreds of slaves. For what she once said, “I can’t die but once.”