Feelings and Behavior
Direct and Nondirect
Appearance and Personality Traits
Direct and Indirect
Something that is not real
When another piece of literature or character is mentioned in a selection
When you read about one character and another one is giving him a difficult time about something not being realistic
When a writer gives human characteristics to an inanimate (not real) object
She ran away from her mom and dad when she was a child
She was willing to help the slaves get to freedom even though it might mean death to her.
She did not want to be a slave.
She hated people who enslaved her people
Was a hard worker and they wanted her work ethic as a slave for their own plantations.
Led people away.
Led enslaved people to freedom
Fought against the Fugitive Slave Law
Moses was rumored to be a man but Harriet Tubman was a woman
Moses was rumored to give whippoorwill calls as signals, but Tubman sang spirituals.
The rumored Moses traveled only at night, but Tubman led the runaways during the day as well.
The rumored Moses followed the North Star, but Tubman used her memory to lead the way to freedom.
The runaways stayed with her when she slept.
She led runaways knowing she faced b eing hanged for her actions.
She planned the trips to begin on Sundays so that she was connected with her higher being.
A man refused to accept her and her runaways because he felt unsafe.
Owners could no longer reclaim people who escaped slavery.
Runaway slaves could be returned to the South if they were found in the North in the United States.
The law made the sale of enslaved individuals more profitable.
Enslaved individuals were required to do more and more to the point that it made more slaves want to run away.
Many people refused to help enslaved people
Only a few people knew about Tubman in the North
Life was difficult for the runaways
Helping the fleeing runaways was very dangerous for those who tried to help.
Help them get through difficult times in Canada
Scare the runaways into joining her in escaping
Remember the joyful stories for a long time
Give the runaways hope of reaching freedom
Some of the fugitives were hesitant to keep moving and almost always someone would refuse, thus it became a big struggle
She could only travel at night to avoid being seen/captured
Some of the runaways would always refuse to travel any further and would sit down and say, "NO!!" to moving on
Few of the stations on the Underground Railroad would keep all 11 of her fugitives; therefore, they would move more slowly
Lived a life that was filled with constant fear
Could put others first and could put aside her fear to help others
Refused to accept reality as others saw it
Wrecklessly put others' lives in danger
His attitude infuriated (made her mad) and she couldn't stand his whining anymore
She wanted to scare the other runaways because she had to have them listening to her or they'd all end up caught!
She wanted someone to write down her ventures so that historians would know about her and the man didn't want her to
This man, in particular, thought he wanted to be in control and she had to show him who was boss!
Because she had lived as a free person and wanted others to feel as she did and have freedom
She wanted to become well known as a helper of her own people
She wanted to be compared to Moses from the Bible.
She wanted to be in charge and have others follow her wherever she went.
A row of houses that were set up like railroad cars that then took runaway slaves to Canada on a train
A group of people who worked together to aid all people
A series of secret safe houses to help runaway slaves
Harriet Tubman's house where she held freedom clubs for the people
Stories about 'somewhere over the rainbow' and positive happy thoughts, then using whipporwill whistles to make contacts with others
Beatings and hateful messages that coerced (forced) the people to follow her
Storytelling, religious faith, and sometimes physical force
Singing folksongs and spirituals
Tubman traveled only at night and did not light fires or in any way draw attention to the group
She pretended her name was Moses
She told all the slaves she was a man; therefore, the people kept looking for a man instead of for her
She acted like a ghost
Freezing cold conditions and new shoes
Freezing cold condtions and Tubman's death if caught
Underground Railroad people not being who they said they were
Tired and hungry
Caring and unselfish
Brave, resourceful, and a woman
Brave, intelligent, and unselfish
Hopeful, timid, and intelligent
Supply gradually and made a part of someon
Proceed confidently and with full knowledge
Stand quietly and prevent others from getting in the way
Abandon quickly and rush to safety
Causing unhappiness and fear in someone
Disabling something and keeping with to yourself
Failing to agree with something and going against it
Driving it away or doing away with something
The need to be ntertained all the time
A sequence of carefully planned events that happen one right after the other
The ability to speak very well and persuasively
A way of not getting caught