Using the book Slave Narratives of the Underground Railroad, edited by Christine Rudisel and Bob Blaisdell, write a well-crafted essay with a strong thesis statement in response to the following questions: According to the primary sources found in the book, what was the life like for slaves that chose to try and escape using the Underground Railroad? What social conditions affected the lives of escaping slaves? What motivated people to help slaves escape? In what ways did the gender and age of the escaping slaves affect their experiences? This essay must be between 1250 – 1750 words. Quotations from the book must be used to support your arguments; there must be at least seven (7) quotes total in the essay. All quotations must be properly cited by using either footnotes or endnotes according to the Chicago Manual of Style method. The essay must be double-spaced and have 1” margins, and use 12 pt. Times New Roman font. The essay should have page numbers in the footer. No cover page is required.
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