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African American Education

African American Education

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Today all children are required to attend school, but there was a time when all Americans did not enjoy the right to an education and the chance to improve their situation in life. In the nineteenth century, it was against the law in some areas of the United States to teach African Americans. The laws were rooted in the slave system of the South. In this book, we trace the history of African American education before and after the Civil War, from secret schools to well-established universities.
Harriet Tubman Grandes Personajes

Harriet Tubman Grandes Personajes

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These biographies introduce young readers to important figures in American history. Ideal for reports and correlated to the social studies curriculum, the series presents a straightforward account of each individual's life and times and describes how each person contributed to the shaping of our nation." Spanish version. Escrito en espanol.
Niagara Movement Educator's Guide CD-ROM

Niagara Movement Educator's Guide CD-ROM

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Explore the meaning of the Niagara Movement and it's historic meeting at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
Uncle Tom's Cabin and the Abolitionist Movement

Uncle Tom's Cabin and the Abolitionist Movement

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Traces the process and influences behind the writing of Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, which was published when the nation was torn over the issue of slavery and headed toward Civil War.