Did freedom train a story of harriet Tubman win any awards?
Leading slaves into freedom.
Lol easy Narnia of course!
What about it? Do you want to know it or is it true? Well it's true and now I will tell you about the Freedom Train by Harriet Tubman, the story. The Freedom Train was also known as the Underground Railroad. Have you heard of that? Well it's by Harriet Tubman and she invented it. She wanted to get out of slavery and so when she made it out of slavery she made it and… Read More
Only in that he was free Negro and Harriet was not. Story told that he took money for her freedom to save himself. She ran away north and he did not. Was supposedly her husband Harriet returned many times to take family ie mother, sister and brothers to freedom. Also brought many others time after time. Husband would not leave with ther. Harriet also was important to Union army. She acted as guide for army… Read More
She jumped out the second story window, then caught a stagecoach to Memphis.
she jumped out a second story window
she was a biographer and published her life story. She also spoke for the rights of women and African- Americans.
Harriet Tubman, Dred Scott, look in a history book.
Minty is a fictionalized story about the life of Harriet Tubman, a former slave who became a significant figure in the Underground Railroad. Tubman grew up on a plantation in Maryland. She eventually escaped and assisted many other former slaves in doing the same.
That would be Harriet Tubman. Her story is very interesting. I suggest doing some research on her and the Underground Railroad.
Harriet Tubman was born in 1820 in Rochester Country, Maryland, and her parents were Harriet Green, and Ben Ross. Harriet was first named Araminta, but at age 25 in 1844 she got married to John Tubman who was a free black man and she changed her name to her mother's and she became Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman's life was despicable when she was a slave and even when she escaped. When Harriet was 13, she… Read More
freedom can be the title of the story
Because she led slaves to freedom paralleling the biblical story where Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt. She was called Moses (and if you ask me was very similar and deserved this title!) because she led people through the underground tunnel from slavery to freedom and safety!
What is the answer for this what message is Harriet giving to her sister for the story a glory over everything?
The message Harriet is giving to her sister for the story a glory over everything is that Harriet and her three borthers going to get sold by the south chain gang.
Harriet Tubman lived nearly half a century after the civil war and spent her time helping a biographer publish her life story. She also spoke for the rights of woman and African Americans, helping organize the AME which mean - (African Methodist Episcopal) Church. She also set up homes for the elderly African Americans. She fought for a military pension as well but was only able to win a widow's pension. She tried to help… Read More
Yes freedom writers dairy was a true story and it was a book that was published in 1999
HARRIET MARTIN has written: 'KINGS OF PEACE, PAWNS OF WAR: THE UNTOLD STORY OF PEACE-MAKING'
She was brave
Uncle Tom's cabin
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet - 1952 Fish Story 1-30 was released on: USA: 24 April 1953
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet - 1952 A Bedtime Story 13-9 was released on: USA: 11 November 1964
Since Romeo and Juliet are just characters in a story, they only won whatever awards the story says they won. And according to the story they each won the golden statue award. Posthumously. Did Shakespeare's play win any awards? Nope. They didn't have awards for literature back then. Not even poet laureates.
Harriet Grant Reiter has written: 'The story of Lincoln' -- subject(s): Presidents, Juvenile literature, Biography
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet - 1952 Dave's Golf Story 9-24 was released on: USA: 8 March 1961
To have freedom
In a book, the U.S. flag may meen freedom. The flag symbolizes freedom.
the one who wrote it was Michael Jordan
The 1961 musical swept the 1962 Academy Awards.
When a newspaper writes a religious story about a celebrity that is a known lie what freedom may be restricted?
jelly beans on toast :p .......... Freedom of expresstion, freedom of the press and freedom of speech.
Freedom from Famine The Norman Borlaug Story - 2009 was released on: USA: 1 September 2009
freedom and equality
he did get awards from New York times for best childrens story writing they described him as .... i think it is father of childrens story writing he now resides in Canada.my class is doing a story writen by him... ''The Cow Called Boy''.
It is about freedom
Mrs. Mallard -Apex (:
it is in the underground railroad!
West Side Story
West Side Story
Awesomest person ever...tru story
"West Side Story" won 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture of 1961.
Its a speech not a short story!It happened and not a work of fiction. and its about freedom.
No, unfortunatley, I Am David isn't a true story, it was based on the novel North to Freedom.
Virgil A. Kraft has written: 'The freedom story' -- subject(s): Church and state, Freedom of religion, History
I suggest that in this short story character is more important than theme. However, Bamabara does suggest by the end of the story that education will be Harriet's salvation: Harriet plans to ask her teacher how she can deal with her "romantic" heart. By the way, did you notice the several times that Harriet says, "I'm not going to lie about it," taking some pride in her strength and honesty? Yet when her mother asks… Read More
They can talk, have feelings, and they fought for there freedom. The animals in the story can talk the have feelings and they fight for there freedom. Rikki Tikki Tavi fought evil so that his family would be safe. What animals in which story.
Toy Story won the Kids' Choice Award , MTV Choice Award and a BAFTA Award .
Mary Scarborough Paxson has written: 'The story of Harriet' 'Mary Paxson, her book'
The following is the letter from Frederick Douglass addressed to Harriet Tubman, and it comes from the Harriet Tubman Society website: Rochester, August 29, 1868 Dear Harriet: I am glad to know that the story of your eventful life has been written by a kind lady, and that the same is soon to be published. You ask for what you do not need when you call upon me for a word of commendation. I need… Read More
It reminds them of when Moses freed them in the Exodus story