Angel In Disguise
&lt;Tab/&gt;I remember the first time I heard about Harriet Tubman and the Under Ground
Railroad. I was in the sixth grade and eleven years old. My social studies teacher showed the class a film about the network of people and Harriet Tubman who helped slaves escape to freedom through a passage to the North. She explained how Harriet Tubman who was a runaway slave herself, risked her
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to bring them through the North passage. Even though they were afraid for Harriet and knew she was taking a chance with her life they admired her courage, bravery and made her a conductor of the Underground Railroad. Harriet led three hundred people to freedom and was the most well known conductor for the Railroad. She said, "I never ran my train off track, and I never lost a passenger."