Harriet Tubman Poster
By - Mattie Shaw
1822 - Harriet was 2 years old and a 12 year old boy bought a book for himself. The book was the Latin dictionary. The boy that bought the book was named Theodore Parker.
1826 - Harriet was six and was now working on the plantation. A lot of slaves were living in Canada.
1827 - Henry Clay, Secretary of State, appealed to the Canadian Government again.
1831 - Harriet started wearing a bandanna. November 11th, Nat Turner was executed. The Virginia Assembly met in December, 1831. Harriet's master, Edward Brodas, died in 1831.
1835 - William Lloyd Garrison was rescued from some men that were intending to hang him.
1849 - Harriet met a white woman and she said "If you ever need any help, why you just let me know." Harriet went to work in a hotel in Philadelphia, as a cook.
1850 - The Underground railroad was doing very well with getting slave to freedom.
1851 - Harriet went back to Dorchester County. February 15th, a man named Shadrach was arrested in Boston for the Fugitive Slave Law. April 3rd, Thomas Sims was arrested. December she planed to take some fugitive slaves to Canada.
1852 - Harriet went back to Cape May to spend the summer there, cooking at the hotel. In the fall she went back to Dorchester County to bring more slaves to freedom.
1854 - Harriet began to not feel well about her 3 brothers.
1913 - March 10th, Harriet passed away.
Harriet Tubman - Chapters
- The Quarter
- The First Years
- Six Years Old
- Hired Out
- The Underground Railroad
- "Shuck This Corn"
- Mint A Becomes Harriet
- The Patchwork Quilt
- "A Glory Over Everything"
- Stranger In A Strange Land
- Freedom's Clothes
- The legend Of Moses
- The Railroad Runs To Canada
- "Go On Or Die"
- "Be Ready To Step On Board"
- "Moses Arrives With Six Passengers"
- A Wagon Load Of Bricks
- The Old Folks Go North
- The Lecture Platform
- With The Union Army
- The Last Years