Harriet Tubman, Ben Ross, Rit Ross, John Tubman
Mr. & Mrs. Cook, Edward Brodas, Miss Susan, Miss Emily, Barrett's Runaway Slave
Quaker Woman, Mr. Trent, Charles Nalle, Nelson Davis, Sarah Bradford
Person-against-self - an internal conflict of feelings.
Person-against-person - the typical protagonist vs. antagonist scenario.
Person-against-society - the protagonist battles against the larger organizations of society
(or a system of beliefs held by society).
Person-against-nature - the protagonist is threatened by a component of nature.
Analyze themes such as: racism, friendship, loyalty, injustice, courage, freedom, cruelty, love, betrayal, equality, good vs. evil.
Describe the purpose of slave songs and spirituals.
Describe the life of a slave vs. the life of a newly-freed Black American.
Geography: Underground Railroad Routes, Mason-Dixon Line, Canada.
Science: Nature, Astronomy, Weather
U.S. Laws: Fugitive Slave Law, Emancipation Proclamation, 13th Amendment.
Social Science: Plantation Life, Inequality & Slavery, Slave Songs.
Vocabulary: Abolitionists, Quakers, Slave Hunters, The Civil War.
Art & Culture: Purpose & Art of Quiltmaking.