Why did harriet Tubman believe in the union army?
Harriet Tubman , a black , spied for the Union Army in the Civil War
yes she was a nurse for the union army for a few years
Harriet Tubman was a nurse for the Union Army during the U.S. Civil war.
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No, she was dead before the Civil War started.
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Being a spy, and a nurse
Harriet Tubman served as a spy and scout for the Union Army during the Civil War.
she perform a c scout, nurse,and cook
What was the name of the woman who served the Union Army during the Civil War as a cook a spy a nurse and a scout but was never paid for her work?
Yes her job was to lead the people in the Undergroung Railroad. She was the conductor in the Underground railroad. She was a spy. scout and a cook for the Union Army.
Harriet Tubman was active during the US Civil War because she knew a way to the South and to the North without being seen. She worked as a nurse, scout and spy for the Union Army. As a nurse, Harriet found a root that helped cure the dysentery so that helped the Union army a lot. Aa a spy she would gather information about Confederates. However, she did not materially effect the outcome of the… Read More
Harriet Tubman was a slave herself at first. She escaped to Philadelphia. While she was there, she had a dream that told her she should go back to her master's plantation to help others escape. In her lifetime, she helped over 300 people escape to freedom and she was a spy in the union army.
Harriet Tubman escaped slavery in 1849, but returned to Maryland to help her family and other escaping slaves. She worked on the "underground railroad," a network of anti-slavery sympathizers who smuggled escapees to the North and then to Canada. She later assisted the Union Army during the Civil War.
She was a nurse a scout and a spy for the US. army .
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
Yes Harriet Tubman was a spy when her code name was nurse she did nurse duties when people came by her mission was to get as many fugitives. Yes she worked for the army.
She was dubbed "General" Tubman by a militant abolitionist John Brown because he admired how well she commanded her "army" of refugees.
Harriet Tubman freed dozens of slaves( there is no exact amount) and during the war she worked as a cook, nurse, scout, and a spy in the union army. She also helped some soldiers escape north to canada where slavery was prohibited. This happened during the war.
Harriet Tubman accomplished many things during her lifetime. Specifically, she escaped from slavery, and risked her life numerous times to help other enslaved persons escape, too. Tubman ended up becoming a spy for the Union army during the Civil War, and later went on to advocate for women's suffrage.
Harriet Tubman worked in the civil war as a nurse, spy, and a army leader. She also escaped through slavery and work with Susan B. Anthony for women's rights to vote!!
One of her most epic risks was when she was the conductor of the underground railroad. She worked a good ten years saving and/or rescuing fugitive slaves out of slavery. She was also a spy and a soldier in the union army.
Harriet Tubman? I don't quite know if she wrote books. If she did- then GREAT! If she didn't- then DON'T EVEN BOTHER ASKING! Find out! YUP!!!With the help of Sarah Bradford, she wrote her autobiography, Harriet Tubman, the Moses of Her People, (1869). With the royalties from the book and a small pension from the United States Army she purchased a house in Auburn, New York and turned it into a home for the aged… Read More
Harriet Tubman was born into slavery. Her escape led to her making 19 missions and recuing 300 slaves. Because she had escaped to Philedelphia, she had the opportunity to work for the Union Army as a cook and then a nurse. She also became the first woman to lead an expedition in the war.
yes. she worked for the union army.
She became an adviser and cook for the Northern Army. Later, she started many schools in the south.
She served the U.S army in south Carolina as a nurse, scout, spy, and soldier.
She was a nurse,a cook, and a spy
She said that the union army was not scary
Harriet worked for the Union Army during the American Civil War, working first they say, as a cook and a nurse. Later she became an armed scout and spy for the Union Army.
What contribution did Harriet Tubman make to the abolitionist movement and how much would be paid for her capture?
Harriet Tubman was active in the 'underground railway', helping up to 300 fugitives to reach the northern states and Canada. She became a noted speaker in the abolitionist and women's rights movement. During the Civil war she she worked as a spy and scout for the Union Army. She fought in several raids in Confederate territory. On June 2, 1863, in command of three Union gunboats on a dangerous mission along the Tennessee river, she… Read More
she was a cook nurse armed scout plus a spy in the union army
It helped the North because at first, the African-Americans weren't permitted to serve in the Union army. Even though the army didn't let them serve, the navy did. The escaped slaves were especially useful guides and spies because of their knowledge of the South. Harriet Tubman repeatedly spied under the confederate lines.
Harrie Tubman was a great hero for the slaves. She helped save over 300 slaves from abuse. She was the leader of the underground railroad. She was a spy for the South Carolina army.
By mid -1862 the Union Army was dealing with declining white volunteers the escalating former slave numbers and the growing personnel needs of the Army, which pressured the Government to overturn an imposed ban on black enlisted men stemming from a 1792 federal law prohibiting the arming of Negroes for service. Once this ban was lifted black soldiers served gallantly for the Union in predominantly supporting roles that sustain an army in the form of… Read More
Harriet Tubman, after escaping from slavery herself, returned secretly several times to Southern states. First she brought out her own family members, then acted as part of the Underground Railroad taking escaped slaves to freedom in the North. She also helped some slaves get to Canada to avoid men hired to recapture them. In all, she assisted in obtaining freedom for as many as seventy slaves, helped many others find employment and assistance, and set… Read More
Her post war achievements was being included in the Union Army as a spy and being a scout and nurse.
She helped create the underground railroad. Because she helped many African American slaves escape to Canada, including her family she was a great addition to the war against slavery. They (the whites) were on the hunt for Harriet, but that did not stop her she still lead a army of runaway slaves to the home of the free Canada.
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Her Goal Was to become free and help other slaves be free and one day get her parents to freedom. NEW ANSWER: Harriet Tubman worked to reach several goals for herself and all Black slaves. The first was to gain her freedom by running away via the Underground Railroad. Her second goal was to free her people from slavery, including her family ~ which she did. Between 1850, to the beginning of the American Civil… Read More
a number of Southern West Point graduates sided with the Confederate cause and left the Union Army. I believe General Robet E. Lee join the confederate cause.............
The Union army had more troops and better rifles. The Confederates were better led and had higher morale. The Union army was the North and believe slavery was wrong The confederates was the south and believed in slavery
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By all accounts, Harriet Tubman was a deeply religious woman with an unshakable faith in God. Born into slavery in Maryland circa 1820, she escaped in 1849 and became a "conductor" on the underground railroad, making 19 trips back into the south to safely guide runaway slaves (including her own parents) to freedom in the north. She must have been blessed with phenomenal gifts as an actress because never in all her trips south did… Read More
Harriet Tubman is credited with starting the 'underground' railroad to help free slaves. But there were many others involved as well. In truth: Harriet was a slave who in 1844 married John Tubman, a freeman, (formally an indentured servant). She gained permission to marry him from her owners and lived with him in his cabin, but being a slave she had to still serve her master. She told her husband of her dreams of one… Read More
no the Union army defeats the confederate army
No - there were many regiments of colored troops long before the Proclamation in the Union Army. As hard to believe as it sounds, the Confederate Army also had units of colored troops. And the Proclamation only addressed slaves in the southern states then at awar with the Union.
The Union Army was the Northern army during the American Civil War. The Union Army fought and defeated the Confederate States (Southern) Army in 1865.