• Document: The Move Toward Freedom COLLECTION 3. I should fight for liberty as long as my strength lasted. Harriet Tubman. (c) Corbis; (bg) Antonio
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COLLEC TION 3 (c) ©Corbis; (bg) ©Antonio Abrignani/Shutterstock The Move Toward Freedom I should fight for liberty as long as my strength lasted. —Harriet Tubman 141 COLLEC TION 3 The Move Toward Freedom In this collection, you will focus on the quest for freedom that led to the American Civil War. hmhfyi.com hm om COLLECTION PERFORMANCE TASK Preview At the end of this collection, you will complete two performance tasks: t*OUIFGJSTU ZPVXJMMQBSUJDJQBUFJOBDPMMBCPSBUJWFEJTDVTTJPOBCPVUIPXQFPQMF responded to the struggle against slavery. t*OUIFTFDPOE ZPVXJMMXSJUFBMJUFSBSZBOBMZTJTJOXIJDIZPVDPOTJEFSUIFTZNCPMJTN in a story in light of its historical context. ACADEMIC VOCABULARY 4UVEZ UIF XPSET BOE UIFJS EFGJOJUJPOT JO UIF DIBSU CFMPX :PV XJMM VTF UIFTF XPSET BT ZPVEJTDVTTBOEXSJUFBCPVUUIFUFYUTJOUIJTDPMMFDUJPO Word Definition Related Forms access a way of approaching or making use of BDDFTTJCMF BDDFTTFE (√k´s≈s) n. (c) ©Corbis; (bg) ©Antonio Abrignani/Shutterstock civil of, or related to, citizens and their relations civilization, civilian, (s∆v´∂l) adj. with each other and the state civil rights demonstrate UP TIPX DMFBSMZ BOE EFMJCFSBUFMZ demonstration, (d≈m´∂n-str∑t´) v. EFNPOTUSBCMF document written or printed paper that provides documentary, (d≤k´y∂-m∂nt) n. evidence or information documentation symbolize UP TFSWF BT B TZNCPM PG PS SFQSFTFOU TZNCPM TZNCPMJD (s∆m´b∂-lπz´) v. something else TZNCPMJTN 142 VIDEO Frederick Douglass (1818–1895) was born into enslavement in Maryland at a time when slavery was still legal in many states in the Union. As Douglass grew up, he tried to escape several times. Finally, in 1838, he succeeded. Douglass went on to become a famous speaker and writer, fighting to abolish, or end, slavery. His autobiography, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, became a best seller in the United States and Europe. from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave Autobiography by Frederick Douglass SETTING A PURPOSE As you read, consider why Frederick Douglass chose these particular events to write about. Think As you read, mark up about what his focus on these events reveals about his the text. Save your work to myNotebook. character and his struggle for freedom. t Highlight details t Add notes and questions I lived in Master Hugh’s family about seven years. During t Add new words to

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