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By Gretchen Woelfle,R. Gregory Christie

ISBN-10: 162979306X

ISBN-13: 9781629793061

Even as American Patriots fought for independence from British rule through the innovative conflict, oppressive stipulations remained in position for the millions of enslaved and unfastened African americans residing during this nation. yet African americans took up their very own struggle for freedom by means of becoming a member of the British and American armies; preaching, talking out, and writing in regards to the evils of slavery; and constructing settlements in Nova Scotia and Africa. The 13 tales featured during this assortment highlight charismatic people who replied the cry for freedom, targeting the alternatives they made and the way they replaced the United States either then and now. contains person bibliographies and timelines, writer observe, and resource notes.

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