It was an underground escape rout that helped slaves escape from their owners.
slaves escape to the north or Canada
it was the people who helped slaves escape
That is correct. The underground railroad helped slaves escape north to free territory.
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The Underground Railroad
The underground railroad wasn't really a "railroad". It had a deeper meaning. The "underground railroad" was the hope that slaves may one day escape and the actions of those who helped slaves escape into freedom. People from the southern states that sympathized with the slaves helped them escape moving north. Slaves were not safe even in states that outlawed slavery because of the Fugitive Slave Act. They had to continue to Canada.
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The underground railroad was extremely important to slaves. It was a way to freedom for them. The underground Railroad helped them escape to the north away from the plantatons and slave owners.
The Underground Railroad setup passage ways so that slaves can escape captivityThat would be the Underground Railroad. Underground not as in subterranean but as in secret or hidden. And railroad not as with trains and tracks, but as in going from place to place via way stations and stopovers.Underground Railroad
Harriett Tubman helped over 200 slaves escape including her family after she herself escaped through the underground railroad.
She helped black slaves escape through the underground railroad.
it helped a larger percentage of slaves escape slavery.
It helped slaves in the South escape to the North for freedom.
Her name was Harriet Tubman
She helped slaves to escape via the underground railroad.
She helped slaves escape.
Harriet TubmanHarriet Tubman is considered the leader of the Underground railroad. The Underground railroad helped more than 30,000 slaves escape slavery.
The underground railroad affect slavery by allowing slaves to escape to freedom. It is estimated that over 100,000 slaves were able to escape through the Underground Railroad.
they attempted to end slavery by hiding slaves in their house and helping them escape slavery through the underground railroad. the underground railroad was an escape route for slaves to escape the harsh cruelty of slavery. the underground railroad is not a railroad underground.
Harriet Tubman did not start the Underground railroad, she was just one of many who helped slaves escape to freedom.