William Still, Frederick Douglass, Ira Aldridge, Benjamin Banneker, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Eubie Blake, Harriet Tubman,Thurgood Marshall, Matthew Henson, Henry Highland Garnet
1. I am a conductor on the Underground Railroad, a nurse and a spy, I made 19 trips into the deep south, freeing over 300 slaves. Some people call me the Moses of my people. Who am I?
2. I am an abolitionist. I publish a newspaper in Rochester, N.Y. called "The North Star". I have held government positions such as Solicitor General, Recorder of Deeds and Minister to Haiti.Who am I?
3. I made the first wooden striking clock to be completely manufactured in the U.S. I helped plan the city Washington D.C. I published an almanac that gave the exact locations for the stars and planets. Who am I?
4. I ran away from home and became a sailor. I helped Commadore Peary chart the Nicaraguan jungle. I was the first man in the world to reach the North pole. Who am I?
5. I am the first African-American Supreme Court Justice. Before I was appointed to the Supreme Court, I served as Linda Brown's lawyer in the court case Brown vs. the Board of Education. Who am I?
6. I am a leading Shakespearean actor. However, I have never been seen on the stage in the United States. Who am I?
7. I am a composer and a songwriter. I've had two hit shows on Broadway, one of which is "Bublin' Brown Sugar." With my partner, Noble Sissle, I had another Broadway hit, "Shuffle Along." Who am I?
8. I am an abolitionist and a diplomat. I want African-Americans' motto to be "resistance." I am the first African-American minister to Liberia. Who am I?
9. I am a political activist, an abolitionist and the author of Sketches of Southern Life. I am the leading African-American poet of my day. Who am I?
10. I am an abolitonist. My house was a stop on the Underground Railroad. I helped almost 700 slaves to freedom. I interviewed slaves and wrote a book to publish them called The Underground Railroad. Who am I?
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