Voices Of Freedom A Documentary History Vol One Sixth Edition
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📒Voices Of Freedom ✍ Eric Foner
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✏Give Me Liberty 6e Brief Volume 1 with Media Access Registration Card Voices of Freedom 6e Volume 1 Book Summary : This is a preassembled package of Give Me Liberty!: An American History, volume 1 (978-0-393-41818-7) and Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History, volume 1 (978-0-393-69691-2). Affordable at an exceptional value, this leading text in the U.S. survey course and its best-selling companion reader have both been updated for the Sixth Edition.
✏Give Me Liberty 6e Brief Combined Volume with Media Access Registration Card Voices of Freedom 6e Volumes 1 And 2 Book Summary : This is a preassembled package of Give Me Liberty!: An American History, volume 1 (978-0-393-41816-3) and Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History, volumes 1 and 2 (978-0-393-69691-2 and 978-0-393-69692-9). Affordable at an exceptional value, this leading text in the U.S. survey course and its best-selling companion reader have both been updated for the Sixth Edition.
📒Lest We Forget ✍ Velma Maia Thomas
✏Lest We Forget Book Summary : This collectible book by distinguished public historian Velma Maia Thomas offers an intimate look at black history in America with exclusive accounts, artifacts, and photographs. Presented in three parts—Lest We Forget, Freedom’s Children, and We Shall Not Be Moved—the history comes to life through five interactive items attached to the pages throughout, along with ten more pieces of removable memorabilia contained in an envelope at the back. Based on materials from the nationally acclaimed Black Holocaust Exhibit, Lest We Forgetdocuments the plight of an estimated 100 million Africans, from their rich pre-slavery culture to their enslavement in a foreign land. This collection of stirring historic papers, memoirs, personal effects, and photographs presented alongside moving commentary chronicles the unyielding strength of a people who refused to be broken. Taste the sweetness of freedom and the bitter struggle for equality through the documents that impacted the lives of an entire race. Freedom’s Children vividly presents the heart-wrenching and inspiring account of freedmen and freedwomen during Reconstruction and into the twentieth century. Throughout the twentieth century, African Americans would trouble the waters of America—agitating, challenging, and defying the status quo. We Shall Not Be Moved chronicles the struggles and triumphs of African Americans leading up to and during the Civil Rights Movement. Feel the strength of those entrenched in the fight for justice up through the twenty-first century in an afterword that includes the election of America's first African American president and the beginning of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Make a personal connection with black history as you unfold a receipt for a five-year-old girl sold for one cent, hold a freed slave's manumission papers, flip through a deposit book for a savings account at the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company, read a letter home from one of the first black army nurses sent overseas during WWII, and open a list of rules for lunch counter sit-ins distributed by a Nashville student in 1960. A foldout timeline gives a chronology of the African American history and experience. The additional removable replica artifacts allow you to hold in your hand: Rosa Parks's fingerprints A slave receipt FBI poster for one of the most high-profile cases of the civil rights movement A telegram to the White House from famed baseball player and activist Jackie Robinson A newspaper from 1857 A Black Panther Party poster And more With this richly designed and illustrated book, take an intimate, tangible, and unforgettable journey through more than 400 years of black history.
📒Current Biography Yearbook ✍ Maxine Block
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📒Current Biography Yearbook 2004 ✍ H. W. Wilson
✏Current Biography Yearbook 2004 Book Summary : Compiles detailed biographical sketches of contemporary leaders in such areas as entertainment, government, sports, art, literature, and science
📒Emily Dickinson S Reception In The 1890s ✍ Willis J. Buckingham
✏Emily Dickinson s Reception in the 1890s Book Summary : This work reprint, annotates, and indexes virtually all mention of Emily Dickinson in the first decade of her publication, tripling the known references to the poet during the nineties. Much of this material, drawn from scrapbooks of clippings, rare journals, and crumbling newspapers, was on the verge of extinction. Modern audiences will be struck by the impact of Dickinson’s poetry on her first readers. We learn much about the taste of the period and the relationship between publishers, reviewers, and the reading public. It demonstrates that Dickinson enjoyed a wider popular reception than had been realized: readers were astonished by her creative brilliance.
📒Emma Goldman Vol 2 ✍ Emma Goldman
✏Emma Goldman Vol 2 Book Summary : A unique history of one of American radicalism's most fiercely outspoken figures
📒Africa And The West A Documentary History ✍ William H. Worger
✏Africa and the West A Documentary History Book Summary : Africa and the West presents a fascinating array of primary sources to engage readers in the history of Africa's long and troubled relationship with the West. Many of the sources have not previously appeared in print, or in books readily available to students. Volume 2 picks up on the theme of conquest and covers the implementation of colonial rule, education, labor, nationalist movements, the world wars, decolonization, and independence. These documents include a German school examination for African children, the Natives Land Act from South Africa, a report on the impact of colonialism on women from the founder of the Women's League of the African National Congress, and Nelson Mandela's presidential address "No Easy Walk to Freedom."
✏Children s Books in Print 2007 Book Summary :