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African American Power Points: Table of Contents. Rosa Parks by Julie Harriet Tubman by Tiffany Harriet Tubman by Emily. Rosa Parks. By: Julie Schmidt. Rosa’s Lifestyle. Born on February 4, 1913 Husband – Raymond Parks Occupation – Seamstress. Rosa’s Education.

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african american power points table of contents
African American Power Points: Table of Contents
  • Rosa Parks by Julie
  • Harriet Tubman by Tiffany
  • Harriet Tubman by Emily
rosa parks

Rosa Parks

By: Julie Schmidt

rosa s lifestyle
Rosa’s Lifestyle
  • Born on February 4, 1913
  • Husband – Raymond Parks
  • Occupation – Seamstress
rosa s education
Rosa’s Education
  • College – Alabama State Teachers College
what rosa did
What Rosa did…
  • Rosa refused to give her seat up to a white personon a bus because it was unconstitutional
  • Rosa’s action started a boycott for African Americans against city bus lines.
rosa s big accomplishments
Rosa’s Big Accomplishments
  • Worked for the NAACP National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
  • Won the Martin Luther King Jr. Non-Violent Peace Prize
resources
Resources
  • Riding the Bus- Taking a Stand, http://rims.k12.ca.us/score_lessons/black_history/
  • Celebrating Black History Month, http://www.galegroup.com/freresrc/blkhstry/bio/parksr.htm
harriet tubman

Harriet Tubman

By Tiffany Burmeister

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Harriet Tubman
  • Was born in 1820 or 1821.
  • In Dorchester County, Maryland.
  • Escaped from slavery in 1949.
what she did
What she did
  • Conductor of the Underground Railroad.
  • Helped 300 slaves flee the south and slavery.
  • Was a spy during the Civil War
her family
Her family
  • She helped her mother and father escape slavery.
  • Later helped bring her sister’s family to the free north.
resources13
Resources
  • “Harriet Tubman” 5 March 2001 http://www.incwell.com/Biographies/Tubman.html
  • “Stamp on Black History”5 March 2001http://library.thinkquest.org/2667/Tubman.htm
  • “Harriet Tubman” 20 March 2001 http://www.teachervision.com/lesson-plans/lesson-4639.html
by emily tesch

Harriet Tubman

By: Emily Tesch

harriet tubman personal facts
Harriet Tubman – Personal Facts
  • Born: In Maryland in 1820
  • Parents: Harriet Green and Benjamin Ross
  • Died: In New York on March 10, 1913
  • Married: John Tubman in 1844
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Slavery

  • Escaped from slavery in 1849
  • Went back to get her sister
the underground railroad
The Underground Railroad
  • Brought about 300 slaves to freedom
  • Brought them to Ontario, Canada
  • Never caught
  • $40,000 reward for her capture

This is one of the safe houses in the Underground Railroad.

the civil war
The Civil War
  • Union Army
    • Nurse
    • Scout
    • Spy
harriet s death
Harriet’s Death
  • March 10,1913
  • Auburn, New York
  • 93 years of age
sources sited
Sources Sited
  • “America’s Story”http://www.americaslibrary.gov/cgi-bin/page.cgi/aa/tubman.
  • “Harriet Tubman (1821-1913)” http://www.undergroundrailroad.org/content.asp?id=303.
  • “Harriet Tubman” World Book Online.
  • “Celebrating Black History” http://www.philly.com/packages/history/life/railroad/railroad.asp.
  • “The Choosen One” http://www.thechosenone.com/overview.html
  • “Fontsnthings” http://www.fontsnthings.com/halloffame.html.
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