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Africa to America: From the Middle Passage Through the 1930s

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At the expense of basic human rights, dignity, and decency, Africans were torn from their native countries and first brought to the United State as slaves. Yet even in the face of injustice and hardship they have endured since then, African Americans have been bolstered by the sacrifices, leadership, and determination of courageous individuals. This inspiring volume chronicles the history of African Americans,the triumphs and tragedies, from origins on the African continent to the end of the Harlem Renaissance.

Series: African American History and Culture

Interest Level: Grades 9-12

Reading Level: Grade 10

ISBN:  9781615301751 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2011

Pages: 280


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