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📒Amos Fortune Free Man ✍ Elizabeth Yates
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📒Amos Fortune Free Man By Elizabeth Yates ✍ Kathryn E. Riley
✏Amos Fortune Free Man by Elizabeth Yates Book Summary : A guide designed to give background on the history, geography, and culture as it relates to a specific book.
📒Amos Fortune ✍ Creativity in the Clasoom
✏Amos Fortune Book Summary : This is a combined literature and grammar unit that contains everything you need to teach the novel and more! Included in the unit are pre-reading, active-reading and post-reading activities with grammar lessons, literary activities, a literary terms matching quiz, a final essay test with grading rubric, and other activities just for fun!
📒Amos Fortune Free Man By Elizabeth Yates ✍ Carole Pelttari
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📒The Newbery Companion ✍ John Thomas Gillespie
✏The Newbery Companion Book Summary : Put a wealth of information about Newbery award winners and honor books (1922-2001) at your fingertips. You'll find detailed plot summaries, booktalks, updated information about the winning titles and authors, suggestions for read-alikes, and ideas for introducing the books to young readers.
📒Black Heritage Sites ✍ Nancy C. Curtis
✏Black Heritage Sites Book Summary : Lists historic sites related to African American history, organized geographically, and discusses the significance of each site
📒Talking Drums ✍ Wanda Cobb Finnen
✏Talking Drums Book Summary : Through stories, spirituals, and recommended resource books, Finnen exposes students to the rich history and heritage of Africa and African Americans. Each chapter provides the teacher or librarian with beautifully told folktales that provide the basis for further exploration of the chapter's focus. This rich resource is ideal for language arts and social studies classes, and provides an invaluable source of information for public and school librarians. Topics include: African American Storytellers, Ancestral Africa, Atlantic Slave Trade, The Underground Railroad, Emancipation and Reconstruction, The Civil Rights Movement, Spiritual Heritage, Musical Legacy.
📒African American Business Leaders And Entrepreneurs ✍ Rachel Kranz
✏African American Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs Book Summary : Provides short biographies of 150 African American business leaders, including birth and death dates, major accomplishments, and historical influence.
📒African American Historic Burial Grounds And Gravesites Of New England ✍ Glenn A. Knoblock
✏African American Historic Burial Grounds and Gravesites of New England Book Summary : Evidence of the early history of African Americans in New England is found in the many old cemeteries and burial grounds in the region, often in hidden or largely forgotten locations. This unique work covers the burial sites of African Americans--both enslaved and free--in each of the New England states, and uncovers how they came to their final resting places. The lives of well known early African Americans are discussed, including Venture Smith and Elizabeth Freeman, as well as the lives of many ordinary individuals--military veterans, business men and women, common laborers and children. The author's examination of burial sites and grave markers reveals clues that help document the lives of black New Englanders from the 1640s to the early 1900s.
📒Elizabeth Yates ✍ Margaret Trudell
✏Elizabeth Yates Book Summary : Elizabeth Yates was a fighter. She was determined to become a writer even as a young child. Belonging to an affluent family in Buffalo, NewYork, her parents took for granted that Elizabeth would make her debut in the city's high society. She wanted none of that. It was quite a struggle to go against the wish of her parents, but her persistence finally won. She was then allowed to go to New York City to begin her life as a writer. Her marriage to William McGreal took her to England where she spent ten years traveling and writing articles for various magazines. Her first book was published in England. The war and Bill's failing eyesight brought them back to the United States. They settled on a small farm near Peterborough, New Hampshire. Her most famous book Amos Fortune, Free Man, won her the prestigious Newbury Medal. Besides writing around fifty books, her interests reached out in many directions. Because of her husband's blindness, Elizabeth became quite active in the Association for the Blind. The gift of her land to the State is now enjoyed by many as Shieling Forest.