Conductor on the Underground Railroad By Anne Petry
Harriet's Beginning Days
Where is Harriet from?
This was Harriet's first husband. They were married until Harriet fled to Pennsylvania in 1851.
Harriet's last husband before Nelson passed away in 1888.
Douglass helped Harriet Tubman on her way to the North when she reached New York.
1825- Harriet was sold out to be a house worker/maid in that particular house, and every time the baby would cry and the owner would have to come downstairs Harriet would be whipped so Harriet learned to sleep half awake when the baby cried she would still sleep but when Harriet heard footsteps coming down the steps she would wake up and comfort the baby
1833- Harriet stood in the way of an overseer to let a slave runaway and she got hurt by a 2 lbs weight that was thrown at the slave but hit Harriet instead, Harriet was badly injured
1840- After Harriet's father turned 45 years old he was released from slavery later Harriet and her brother were to be released as well
1844- Harriet married her first husband by the name of John Tubman
1849- Harriet begun to get sick, as the owner of her and her parents as well as her fellow slaves died (Edward Brodas), a couple of months after her sisters were sold out.
1850- Harriet began to start freeing slaves up to the North
1851- Harriet went back to Dorchester County to bring her husband back to the north with her but he had already remarried