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Harriet Tubman Triarama

# Students study the history of the United States in the 1800s, including the issue of slavery.

# Students learn that the Underground Railroad was a network of people and hiding places in the United States and Canada, set up to help escaping slaves reach freedom.

# Students recognize the significance of Harriet Tubman’s contributions to Black culture and U.S. and Canadian history by depicting her accomplishments in a triarama.

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