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Underground Railroad Vocabulary Word List (167)

A)Abolitionist, Action, African Americans, Aims, Ambitious, Anxiety, Attempts
B)Beatings, Border, Bravery
C)Captive, Capture, Catch, Caught, Cause, Caution, Cellar, Circumstance, Clandestine, Committed, Compassion, Confederate, Consequences, Conspire, Courageous, Cruelly, Cruelty
D)Dangerous, Dank, Dark, Darkness, Dates, Death, Despair, Desperation, Detection, Determination, Discovery, Distract, Division, Divisive, Documentation, Dramatic
E)Emancipation, Endanger, Enforce, Equality, Escape, Evidence, Exhaustion, Existence, Exposure
F)Failure, Families, Farms, Fear, Fence, Fervor, Focus, Frantic, Free, Freedom, Frighten, Fugitive, Furtive
G)Goal, Groups
H)Help, Hidden, Historic, History, Hope, Horrifying, Human, Humane
I)Ideal, Illegal, Implication, Intense
J)Jeopardy, Judgments, Justice
K)Killing, Kindness
L)Law, Legacy, Legal, Lethal, Logistics, Loss
M)Mason-Dixon line
N)Necessity, Need, Network, Nighttime, North, Northward
O)Objective, Operation, Organization, Outbuildings, Ownership
P)Papers, Peek, Pennsylvania, Persistence, Planning, Plantation, Prevention, Prey, Proof, Protection, Punishment
Q)Quake, Quaker, Query, Quest, Quiet
R)Railroad, Record, Remembrance, Reward, Rights, Risk, Runaway
S)Sacrifice, Scared, Secluded, Secret, Secretive, Separation, Setbacks, Signal, Silence, Slave catcher, Slavery, Sneak, Sold, Souls, Southern states, Stations, Stops, Striving, Successful, Support, Survival, Suspect, Suspicion
T)Terrifying, Threaten, Trail, Travel, Trek, Trial, Trouble, Tunnel
U)Underground, Unjust
V)Victorious, Vow
W)Will, Witness, Woe, Worry
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Y)Yearn
Z)Zeal
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Underground Railroad Lesson Plan, Discussion ideas and Suggestions:

1. What kinds of work during 1835-1865 did slaves perform on plantations and farms?
2. Discuss reasons why slaves wanted to live free
3. What contributions did these three states (Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania) make in the freeing of slaves?
4. Research the term Underground Railroad. Was there a real railroad?
5. Define these expressions: station masters, stations, stops.


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