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Date Created: 09/18/16
Maureen Ogwoka Harriett Tubman and A slave girl in the 18  Century Arkansas  Annotated Bibliography  Allen, Samuel. “Black Renaissance/Renaissance noire.” 9.2/3 (2003) 223. Web.  This journal is written by Samuel Allen gives a poem like entry from Harriett  Tubman’s experience. It provides an event that happened during one of Harriett  Tubman’s rescue mission. Because I am doing a slave girl who wants to be free and  her only way to freedom is Tubman. This entry goes into detail of the kind of  condition the slave girl has to go through to reach freedom. I want to incorporate that  into my project. Library of congress in Washington D.C., 06 March 2016,  This website gives a story line of Harriett Tubman’s life. Its purpose is to inform us  of some experiences that Tubman went trough. Even though the author is unclear the  intended audience is people of all ages. This website is going to be helpful because it  provides me with specific details that I can use in my project. Like for example, how  she got the deep car that almost crushed her skull. This experience is hopefully going  to be part of my Harriett Tubman journal entry in this assignment. The University of Richmond, 2008. Web 6 March 2016   This entry from this website describes the cruel and unnecessary treatment slaves  went through with their slave owners. How they were auctioned of like animals and  how the slave owners made sure they had an abundance of slaves for years by  Maureen Ogwoka Harriett Tubman and A slave girl in the 18  Century Arkansas  encouraging pregnancy among the women slaves. This will be helpful in my  assignment when I am talking about a slave girl that is desperate to escape slavery  because of the suffering and torment she endured. I can use this to describe the harsh  conditions that she came from and maybe do a journal entry about it. Larson, K. Clifford. “Racing for freedom: Harriett Tubman’s underground Railroad Network  through New York.” Afro­Americans in new York and History 36.1 (2012): 7­33 Web.  This is an online journal that describes Harriett Tubman’s life in complete detail.  Describing how the life she lived before escaping and gaining her freedom. It goes  into detail into the actual escape and how from her siblings she was the only one to  continue forward and get to freedom. It even talks about the failed attempts she said  when she was trying to rescue her sisters children. I can really use this in my  description of the heart breaks that Tubman went through. Because I am writing a  journal from the 1  point of view, this gives me a personal and emotional experience  that I can really make my own. Takaki, Ronald. “A different Mirror.” (New York: Back Bay, 1993, 2008), 49­71.  From the book “A different Mirror,” I want to use chapter 3­ The hidden origins of  slavery. I think there is good information about the life of a slave and how they were  viewed by their owners. That will come in handy when I am writing my journal as a  slavery girl and the life Harriett Tubman lived. 


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