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The Life of the Settlers Book Report Book Tubman Harriet Ross Tubman was one of the youngest of the eleven children born to Benjamin Ross and Araminta Rittia Green Ross Since her parents both were slaves she was born a slave Harriet was the fourth generation of her family to be enslaved in the United States Harriet lived in Bucktown Maryland as a slave When she was five years old Edward Brodas her owner hired her out to other people who would pay him for her services As a custom for slaves she took another name when she was hired out calling herself Araminta or Minty As a slave Harriet was treated brutally She was beaten and whipped about her face neck and back She had the scars for the rest of her life This all happened because her owners said it wasnt good enough without thinking that the work she did was to the best of her abilities because she was five years old She received no education and so she couldnt read or write Yet in later life she gave speeches in support of womens rights Harriet was described as a wilful and moody child She was determined to do outdoor work and Brodas finally gave in when she was nine years old She was hired out as a field hand She did well in the fields She enjoyed the outdoors feeling of almost being free since she wasnt being closely monitored It also gave her strength and endurance both of which later served her well It also brought her in contact with slaves who travelled north with their owners Harriet almost killed herself while trying to help Jim another slave escape McCracken Jims owner had chased him and finally caught him He demanded Harriet to tie Jim up but she refused Jim then bounded out the door and Harriet blocked the door
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