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Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars is a 2010 Canadian / American television film starring Jennifer Stone [2] that premiered on March 26, 2010, on Disney Channel . It is an adaptation of the book Harriet the Spy , by Louise Fitzhugh , the second after the 1996 Harriet the Spy film that starred Michelle Trachtenberg as Harriet. The film was produced by 9 Story Entertainment . Vanessa Morgan , who starred as Marion in the movie, went on to star in My Babysitter's a Vampire and its subsequent television series , which also aired on Disney Channel.

The film centers on Harriet M. Welsch (Jennifer Stone), an 11-year-old in the book, changed to a teenager for the film. Jennifer Stone told Popstar magazine, "We're basing it off the charm of the first book. They aged Harriet up to 16, and it still deals with mean girls, except it matures that a little. It's a bit more of mean girls having to do with gossip and heartthrobs and all that. The first book was written in the 60's so we're trying to bring it up to 2010. We're putting our own spin on it."

It is the first Disney Channel film since 1997 that was not promoted as an " Original Movie " and the first released through 9 Story Entertainment. It was co-produced in association with Disney Channel and Canadian pay TV channels Movie Central and The Movie Network . However, according to the Disney Channel website, the film is listed as a Disney Channel Original Movie . [3] [4]

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Harriet Tubman may be one of the most prolific and pivotal figures in American history.  She was a renowned abolitionist and risked her life to rescue slaves and bring them to freedom.

Now according to an announcement from the U.S. Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew, Harriet's portrait will grace the $20 bill, making her the first woman to be on American paper currency in 100 years .

To celebrate her epic journey and remarkable life we are reflecting on these fascinating facts you might not have known:

Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars is a 2010 Canadian / American television film starring Jennifer Stone [2] that premiered on March 26, 2010, on Disney Channel . It is an adaptation of the book Harriet the Spy , by Louise Fitzhugh , the second after the 1996 Harriet the Spy film that starred Michelle Trachtenberg as Harriet. The film was produced by 9 Story Entertainment . Vanessa Morgan , who starred as Marion in the movie, went on to star in My Babysitter's a Vampire and its subsequent television series , which also aired on Disney Channel.

The film centers on Harriet M. Welsch (Jennifer Stone), an 11-year-old in the book, changed to a teenager for the film. Jennifer Stone told Popstar magazine, "We're basing it off the charm of the first book. They aged Harriet up to 16, and it still deals with mean girls, except it matures that a little. It's a bit more of mean girls having to do with gossip and heartthrobs and all that. The first book was written in the 60's so we're trying to bring it up to 2010. We're putting our own spin on it."

It is the first Disney Channel film since 1997 that was not promoted as an " Original Movie " and the first released through 9 Story Entertainment. It was co-produced in association with Disney Channel and Canadian pay TV channels Movie Central and The Movie Network . However, according to the Disney Channel website, the film is listed as a Disney Channel Original Movie . [3] [4]

The former slave known for leading more than 300 people—including her elderly parents—to freedom as a conductor on the Underground Railroad was also a Union spy. Born in Maryland around 1820, Tubman volunteered for the Union as a cook and a nurse before she was recruited by Union officers to establish a network of spies in South Carolina made up of former slaves.

Tubman became the first woman in the country’s history to lead a military expedition when she helped Col. James Montgomery plan a night raid to free slaves from rice plantations along the Combahee River. On June 1, 1863, Montgomery, Tubman and several hundred black soldiers traveled up the river in gunboats, avoiding remotely-detonated mines that had been placed along the waterway. When they reached the shore, they destroyed a Confederate supply depot and freed more than 750 slaves.

After the war, Tubman tried to collect $1,800 for her service but was unsuccessful. Due to the service of her late husband, she did receive a widow’s pension of $8 per month beginning in June 1890. The government authorized a payment of $25 a month to Tubman beginning in January 1899, but Tubman only received $20 per month until her death in 1913, when she was buried with military honors at Fort Hill Cemetery in Auburn, New York.

Harriet the Spy is a children's novel written and illustrated by Louise Fitzhugh that was published in 1964. It has been called "a milestone in children's literature ...

Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars is a 2010 Canadian/American television film starring Jennifer Stone that premiered on March 26, 2010, on Disney Channel.

Michelle Trachtenberg , Actress: Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Trachtenberg grew up in Brooklyn and started her acting career young; she began appearing in …