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Harriet Tubman (the United States, Abolitionist)

Syllabus of the Sub-subject: Harriet Tubman (The “Moses of the black people,” Abolitionist).

  1. The African-American Harriet Tubman “The Moses of the black people”
  2. From black slave to abolitionist
The Sub-subject “Harriet Tubman (the United States, Abolitionist)” is part of the following programs:
  1. Doctorates: America, Africa
  2. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Africa, and America

Languages of study English or French Harriet Tubman Portuguese Harriet Tubman Spanish Harriet Tubman.

Sample of the Sub-subject: Harriet Tubman - Abolitionist
Harriet Tubman Abolitionist

Description of the Sub-Subject: Harriet Tubman (The Moses of the black people).

  1. The Abolitionist Harriet Tubman (Araminta Ross) was born in 1820 in the United States (State of Maryland)
  2. The “Moses of the black people” collaborates with the evasion of thousands of the African-American slaves
  3. In 1865, after the American Civil War and the Abolition of the Slavery; she began her struggle against the racism and the right to vote for women
  4. Harriet Tubman escaped from his master and was helped by the Quakers (Underground railway)
  5. Harriet Tubman also helped bring slaves to Canada
  6. The African-American parents of Harriet Tubman were slave.
  7. His grandmother (Ashanti) came on a slave ship from Africa (Ghana?)
  8. Religion: Christian

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