Slaves were afraid because if the were found they would be severally punished. Lots were whipped and some were chased by dogs. If they managed to escape slaves would take to underground railroad to escape to a free state
It was Harriet Tubman who helped the slaves escape.
Maybe he was a helper with others slaves like an abolisionist to help slaves escape.
They normally wanted to escape at night.
Helped slaves escape the South.
It took slaves an average of 15 months to escape if they started at the beginning of the Underground Railroad. The escape route was 234 miles long.
most of them escape in the under ground rail road
Some white people did not want to help the slaves because they were afraid of being persecuted, they agreed with slavery or they were disinterested by the idea of slavery and therefore felt no need to help slaves. However, the answer depends on what you mean by 'help the slaves'. Because it could denote fighting against slavery or helping slaves escape.
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William still helped upto 60 slaves escape to Canada a month
They were afraid slaves were going to communicate with eachother
if slaves try to escape in any way they received at least over 25-75 whippings
Slaves tried to escape so that they could obtain their freedom. They were treated poorly and worked very hard and many tried to escape to become free men and women.
Slaves were chained together so that if one tried to escape, it wouldn't be as easy. He would need the whole group of chained slaves to escape with him. But it would be very slow.
only on tuesdays
by using the underground railroad.
Slaves used a system called The Underground Railroad.
Slaves travelled by night and followed the North Star.
Harriett Tubman helped over 200 slaves escape including her family after she herself escaped through the underground railroad.
she her slef escaped slavery. then she returned 19 more times to help other slaves escape slavery.