What role did Harriet Tubman play in the antislavery movement?

4 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Slave smuggler.

    Human trafficker.

  • 1 decade ago

    She was an escaped slave who made 19 trips back into the South to help other enslaved people escape. She helped more than 300 people escape! Oh and she did not establish the Underground Railroad, but she was its most famous conductor. Oh and there were big rewards for her capture in the South but she never was captured!! By the way, she was born into slavery.

    Source(s): My 14 year old brain and love of History.
  • 3 years ago

    Harriet Tubman grow to be purely in the main appropriate place on the main appropriate time. grow to be it mentioned in the background books that she grow to be an alcoholic? Or that she beat fellow slaves on a on a daily basis foundation? Nope, purely the good stuff she did, which quite she didnt even do on my own. seem her up on google, she grow to be quite no longer that super of a female, purely like there is yet another area to Columbus' tale. i like background, and that i like digging up stuff on those so mentioned as HEROES!

  • 1 decade ago

    she helped slaves escape to the north with the underground railroad

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