african american who was killed at the Boston Massacre
served at Concord, Saratoga and Stony Point. he is traditionally given credit for the slaying of British Major Pitcarin at Bunker Hill
former slave who wrote songs and poems about freedom and independence
kidnapped prince from Africa who was forced into slavery who helped guide Washington across the Delaware River
helped design Washington D.C.
servant to Lewis and Clark who helped guide their expedition throught the Louisiana Purchase
abolitionist and great orator; editor of the abolitionist newspaper The North Star
abolitionist who let many runaway slaves via the Underground Railroad
~was called "Moses of her people"
Isabel "Sojourer" Truth
suffragist who was involved in the Woman's Movement; was also an aboltionist
was an American slave who led a slave rebellion in Virginia
~killed white slave owners
enslaved African American who, during and after the American Civil War, became a ship's pilot, sea captain, and politician. he freed himself and his family from slavery by commandeering a Confederate transport ship