Part of the "America's Journey Through Slavery" series. Millions of enslaved African-American women, men, and children lived in the United States less than 200 years ago. During that period of American history, many brave women and men attempted an escape to freedom. Harriet Tubman overcame incredible odds and succeeded, not only in gaining freedom for herself, but for over 300 other enslaved people. Chronicles her life and demonstrates her courage as a conductor on the Underground Railroad. Accessibility options on the DVD are: (1) expanded description, (2) English subtitles in a black box, (3) subtitled description.
Students develop compassion for Harriet Tubman ... for living a life not fair
Amazing instructional video for our Harriet Tubman unit for deaf and hard of hearing upper elementary students!
Watching this as part of studies surrounding the Civil War, Slavery, Presidents Day and Abraham Lincoln. Very good quality.