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African-American Heroes of the Civil War

African-American Heroes of the Civil War

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Yes, you're familiar with Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass. But what about William Carney, Charlotte Forten, Francis Dumas, and 15 other African-Americans who played key roles during the War Between the States? 

African-American Heroes of the Civil War brings to light the stories and contributions of 20 individuals who made a difference during America's bloodiest conflict.  Six in-depth biographies cover:

  1. Andre Cailloux
  2. William Carney
  3. Robert Smalls
  4. Frederick Douglass
  5. Harriet Tubman
  6. Charlotte Forten

Fourteen additional mini-biographies capture the stories of other African-Americans who fought or worked for victory during the war.  Extensive teacher materials include worksheets for building comprehension skills, suggestions for a culminating assessment project, and more. Photos, puzzles, and graphics throughout the text make African-American Heroes of the Civil War a complete compendium of this often overlooked facet of American history.  A perfect supplement to history, ELA, and even life skills classes.

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SKU 041451 -906
ISBN 0-8251-4145-1
ISBN13 978-0-8251-4145-4
Grade Level 10 - 12
Pages 144
Format Description Reproducible Teacher Book
 
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