Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad
Harriet Tubman was put to work when she was six–years–old because she was a slave. She ran away to the North to be free when she grew up. She went back to the South many times to help others slaves run away, too. She took them on the Underground Railroad. It was not a train but was the path to the houses of friends. The friends gave slaves food and a place to hide on the way to freedom.
Put the letter of the correct word to complete the sentences in the text boxes provided on the attached worksheet.
Complete the remaining questions and discuss your selections and ideas with your teacher and classmates.