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Harriet Tubman Quizzes & Trivia

There was no railroad, but because of Harriet Tubman there was a system known as the Underground Railroad. Harriet Tubman, born on a plantation as a slave, became known by what biblical name and why? What did she do to save slave’s lives? Injured by her master and then on the run for her entire life, her chain of assistants helped to move people from slavery to north of the border.

Whether it was the hoot of an owl, the cry of a mockingbird, or the verse of an old spiritual, Harriet Tubman’s underground system was and is known to everyone. Just how much do you know about this traveling lady with a heart of gold? Take our Harriet Tubman quizzes to see how you rank in your knowledge of her.
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Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 438   |  Last updated: Feb 27, 2017
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    What is Harriet Tubman trying to accomplish?

Harriet Tubman, the original name is Araminta Ross, was born in Dorchester County, Maryland, United States. She was born into slavery. She escaped from slavery and led so many people out of slavery, including her family and...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 149   |  Last updated: Dec 11, 2019
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    What is Harriet Tubman famous for?

This is Harriet Tubman's facts trivia. When it comes to black people's history, the name Harriet Tubman is one to be reckoned with. Harriet was born a slave, and it is believed she ran away from her master to become...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 467   |  Last updated: Sep 2, 2020
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    When was Harriet Tubman born?
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Harriet Tubman Questions & Answers


Why does Harriet Tubman plan the escapes for Saturday night?
Harriet Tubman planned the escape on Saturdays because the slaves have their Sunday's free and their masters won't take note of their absence till Monday and before they would be enlisted as missing they would have gone far from the land. Harriet Tu
How do the other people in the story react and respond to Harriet Tubman? What does she do to provoke those reactions? Support you ideas with details from the story.
Tubman has a trustworthy reputation; therefore, the runaways agree to go with her. They have enough faith in her to follow her on her journey, even though they are frightened. The runaways do not always respond to her when she tells them stories, but