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Climax Public Library J 306.362 MEA (Text) 33500013586045 New Available -

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  • ISBN: 1503853748
  • ISBN: 9781503853744
  • Physical Description: 32 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
    print
  • Publisher: Mankato, MN : The Child's World, [2021].

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Contents : Chapter one : The beginning -- Chapter two : Slavery in North America -- Chapter three : Life of an enslaved worker -- Chapter four : Resistance -- Chapter five : Slavery's end -- Think about it -- Time line -- Glossary -- Further information -- Index.
Summary, etc.: "'To be a slave. To be owned by another person, as a car, a house, or table is owned. To live as a piece of property that could be sold - a child sold from his mother, a wife from her husband. To be considered not human, but a thing that plowed the fields, cut the wood, cooked the food, nursed another's child, a thing whose sole function was determined by the one who owned you. To be a slave. To know that despite the suffering and deprivation, that you were human, more human than he who said you were not human. To know joy, laughter, sorrow, and tears and yet be considered only the equal of a table. To be a slave was to be a human being under conditions in which that humanity was denied. They were not slaves. They were people. Their condition was slavery.' Julius Lester" - Title page.
Subject: Slavery United States History Juvenile literature
Slavery Juvenile literature
Free will and determinism Juvenile literature
Racism against Black people Juvenile literature
Prejudices Juvenile literature
African Americans United States History Juvenile literature
Slavery
Slaves
African Americans History
Blacks History
African Americans
Free will and determinism
Prejudices
Racism against Black people
Slavery
United States
People of color History Juvenile literature.
Black Americans History Juvenile literature.
Genre: Juvenile works.
History.
Search Results Showing Item 9 of 9 Preferred library: Lake Agassiz Regional Library?

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