provided railroad companies land free of charge.
She was a slave, a guide for the underground railroad, spy in the civil war, tracker, writer, public speaker, and ran a service after the civil war to help displaced Blacks.
to save slaves from being beaten and to help them get to the north for freedom using the underground railroad.
No, he didn't precisely help finish the railroad, although he did help fund it. It was Leland Stanford who really finished the railroad.
He organized the Congress for Racial Equality
the railroad fuckecd them off
The Underground Railroad helped the run away slaves escape from slavery by transporting them to Canada. They would by night to pervent being seen by their owners or slave catchers.Some died from either being take back to their owners and being punished or from the suffer of the long hard jurney."conductors were responsible for transporting slaves to Canada.
it helped the civil war by sparking the thoughts of war because of slaveryThe Civil War started when some of the Southern states seceded from the Union. So really the secession of the Southern states was the cause of the Civil War.
people celebrated when the railroad was complete! :D
The Central Pacific Railroad Company, California Central Railroad, and the San Jose Railway.
It made the present think about it
They got free after the war cause they won
the underground rail road was a series of tunnels and safe houses used by slave to help them escape the south and get to the north were they could be free
to help free the slaves
It registered the country's precarious condition after a decade of sectional turmoil
Yes. journalism has always helped the cause of civil rights, but educating the public.
The underground railroad was not an actual railroad at all. It was a group of farms and familys that would help run-away slaves get to the north
The government gave railroad companies large pieces of land.
The Underground Railroad was used to help slaves in the U.S. escape to states that were free, or to Canada. The railroad was a system of safe houses and secret routes.
no. the underground railroad was a secret (underground) chain of people who would help slaves reach freedom. the "railroad" part of the underground railroad was simply a way to refer to the chain of people that runaway slaves would stay with.
to help slaves escape