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eBook Frederick Douglass (Black Americans of Achievement (Econo-Clad)) download ISBN: 0613012569
Author: Coretta Scott King,Nathan I. Huggins,Sharman Apt Russell
Publisher: Topeka Bindery (September 1988)
Language: English
ePub: 1329 kb
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

The Black Americans of Achievement series is such a welcome addition to the body of works on Black American history. Here is a series with extensive illustrations and intelligent writing that makes history fun for young readers.

The Black Americans of Achievement series is such a welcome addition to the body of works on Black American history.

I bought this book for my son's Black History Project because there was nothing at the local library. I knew this was WAAAY over his reading ability (3rd grade) so I read it aloud to him. It took us a long time but it was very interesting and packed with a lot of details- for what it is worth, probably too many details for anything but a Middle School or High School reader.

Sharman Apt Russell; Nathan Irvin Huggins.

Series: Black Americans of Achievement (Econo-Clad). School & Library Binding. I truly believe that this book brought out his inner-character, which I truly believe I can get an understanding for now that I read this inspirational book

Series: Black Americans of Achievement (Econo-Clad). Publisher: Topeka Bindery (July 1995). I truly believe that this book brought out his inner-character, which I truly believe I can get an understanding for now that I read this inspirational book.

Frederick Douglass book. Frederick Douglas (Black Americans of Achievement (Econo-Clad)). Frederick Douglass was a an American social reformer, abolitionist, orator, writer, and statesman. 0791002047 (ISBN13: 9780791002049). This book talks about his entire life and what he did during these jobs. The book also includes details from his childhood and his lasting impact on the world. The biography also includes illustrations to allow for the reader to imagine each scene with lots of detail.

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Series: Black Americans of Achievement. Library Binding: 110 pages Im telling you if you havent read this book you need to check it ou. he book tells you about when he was younger malcom X was in and out of jail he studed Islam

Series: Black Americans of Achievement. Library Binding: 110 pages. Publisher: Chelsea House Pub (February 1, 1989). Im telling you if you havent read this book you need to check it ou. he book tells you about when he was younger malcom X was in and out of jail he studed Islam. Malcom X met all kinds of people including d. artin luther king jr. they both stood for the same thang. He met cassius clay . muhammad ali on february 21,1965 he was shot while speaking at a rally.

Frederick Douglass: "No Progress without Struggle" Introduction: Frederick Douglass made it his lifes work to champion . In her book, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Harriet. of how staggering it must have been for a black woman during slavery

Frederick Douglass: "No Progress without Struggle" Introduction: Frederick Douglass made it his lifes work to champion the rights of blacks by speaking. of how staggering it must have been for a black woman during slavery. At this instance Harriet Jacobs was only fifteen years.

1818 In February Frederick Douglass is born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey in Tuckahoe, Maryland. The first black regiment, the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteers, is assembled. Two of Douglass’s sons, Lewis and Charles, are among the recruits. His mother, Harriet Bailey, is a slave; his father’s identity is unknown, though many believe he was Douglass’s white master, Aaron Anthony. Douglass travels throughout the North and recruits more than 100 members for the regiment; but he stops recruiting after a few months because of rampant discrimination against the black soldiers.

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass is an 1845 memoir and treatise on abolition written by famous orator and former slave Frederick Douglass during his time in Lynn, Massachusetts

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass is an 1845 memoir and treatise on abolition written by famous orator and former slave Frederick Douglass during his time in Lynn, Massachusetts. It is generally held to be the most famous of a number of narratives written by former slaves during the same period