Where did Harriet Tubman grow up at as a child?
Dorchester conty, Maryland
Harriet Tubman grew up in Dochester, Maryland
she grew up as a slave.
She grew up in Dorchester County, Maryland.
Harriet Tubman was born Araminta Ross (around 1822). She picked up the nickname "Minty" as a child.
Dorchester county, Maryland.
harriet tubman was a slave until she escaped in about 1844
How was Harriet Tubman injured as a child? She was a slave, and she did not eat well enough.. so she passed away. NOONOONOO! she was injured because her master stuck her head with an iron pan and damaged her brain. So that resulted in siezeres and sleeping spell (p.s. look up the iron pan thing I'm not positive it was a pan) harriet Tubman did not die as a child
No she escaped through secret tunnels. I'm not sure if they recaptured her though.
Harriet saved a lot of people up north.
I enjoy Harriet Tubman and look up to her and am very proud of what she did. I like her a lot and what she did was amazing!! She helps to inspire me.
she had to give up her family and friends
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Harriet Tubman is a runaway slave that is very brave. She was a famous conductor on the Underground Railroad. The U.R are "secret pathways" that help slaves escape to the north. There is much, much more to say about her. She will always be looked up to and honnored.
Harriet Tubman really did not have time for any hobbies. She was a slave you know. Work go to bed get up work over and over again. :)
Harriet Tubman achieved helping more than 300 slaves for 10 year's up north to Canada! :V Hope you get something out of this!
no..but she did dress up like one to not be recognized.
Harriet Tubman got the scar when she refused to help the overseer whip someone he picked up an iron weight and threw it at the guy but missed the guy and hit Harriet Tubman and left her scared for life
Once Harriet Tubman came upon a lion while moving a group of slaves. She fought the lion for 10 minutes they say, and Harriet ended up defeating the lion. This is the cloasest she came to murder.
She was brave and never gave up.
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i believe that she set up her headquarters for the UGRR in Massachusetts
Her and her whole family grew up as slaves.
Harriet Tubman was influential to our country because Harriet Tubman was also a person who stood up for rights and didn't like slavery and did her best to escape it she was influential that she led the country on to escape slavery to move on get away to be something more. And if it wasn't for Tubman slaves or anyone wouldn't even know today about the North Star. so Tubman taught and really led us… Read More
She was brave, she never gave up, and she never lost anyone
the thing that influenced harriet was how she felt being a slave and seeing how her people were being treated.
He got into a fight with a white man at a plantation. They fought ending up killing John Tubman. Harriet Tubman's husband was dead.
this is not special but harriet Tubman went through alot she was brusied by by a few slaves owner one was miss susan and harriet had to watch her baby when she was about six years old and was abusied when the baby woke up crying harriet had a mrother she also had to take care of . it was hard for harriet Tubman but she made it and now she is very famous for… Read More
Harriet Tubman was a famous abolitionist who also spied for the Union. Tubman herself was born into slavery. When she escaped, she helped up to 70 other slaves escape with the assistance of the Underground Railroad.
Yes. I think she was...but im not really sure...maybe..LOOK IT UP!
dont give up never surender
Harriet Tubman was an African American and she had black her dark brown eyes and she was a small lady. when she was younger she had an injury to her head causing her to have seizures sometimes and fall asleep without being able to have people wake her up.
Harriet Tubman was born on March 10, 1820. Her birth name is Araminta Ross. When she was growing up people called her by her mother's name, Harriet. Hope this helps! =)
she did when she was a girl but they split the family up when they kept giving harriet to other people and they kept sending her right back i hope i helped!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
She was never caught, though the reward went up to 40000 dollars for her capture.
I DONT KNOW. LOOK IT UP. I ,,,, I actually dont think so :P
she stuck a peanut in their mouth and stuck bark up their buttocks
she got busted up top the head with an iron.That was entended for another slave.
Harriet Tubman, a very well-picked subject if I do say so myself. I would love to enjoy answering your enjoyable loving question. Harriet Tubman was in a comma (scientific term: ",") for about 3 seconds. She drew a comma on a piece of paper, then drew herself sitting and relaxing on the comma. Then the paper was burnt up by nazi's who wanted to kill her and enslave people in the Americansas.
A slave went to the store without permission and Harriet Followed and the owner cought up with him and told Harriet to help hold him and she refused and the slave was starting to run and the owner picked up a weight or rock and threw it at the slave, missed and hit Harriet in the head with it.
she did have a child hood, but it was not a good one.she was getting beat, so really you can say she did not have a child hood. because slave kids had to grow up fast so she had to be a women at the age of 8 years.
She knew that she had to stand up, er.. Sit down against the oppression that was taking place, just like David and Golioth, no one else stood up the the giant cause they were scared, but not David, he stepped up and took out the huge man, that's kinda what Harriet Tubman did on that bus that day... *************************Correction******************************** The Statement above is confusing Harriet Tubman with Rosa Parks. Harriet Tubman is the women who… Read More
What did she do in 1884 that was similar to what Rosa Park did by refusing to give up her seat on the bus to a white men in 1955?
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she grew up in litchfield conneticut
Harriet Tubman was instrumental in smuggling black American slaves up north. Many had to go all the way to Canada since the U.S. Federal Government passed the Fugitive Slave Act, which could deport slaves from free states back to their masters. Tubman was the Moses of black slaves in the United States.
An angry overseer tried throwing a weight thing at a field hand because he wouldn't help tie someone up and it feel short and hit harriet in the head
because she escaped then led other people to freedom. she freed up to 300 people
I think she wanted to be a person who helped people get out of slavery. That is probably why she built the underground railroad.
your child does grow up in harvest moon but it takes every to seasons to grow up