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Slavery in America

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The catalysts, major events, and consequences of one of history’s bloodiest revolutions are presented in a thrilling and academically rigorous way in this guide to the French Revolution. The stories of this historic episode’s key players are narrated, including the tales of such well-known characters as Marie Antoinette and Napoleon Bonaparte. There is a thorough treatment of France’s economy, government, and social life both before, during the various phases of, and after the Revolution. Napoleon’s post-Revolutionary European conquests and subsequent downfall and exile are also narrated in this title sure to captivate all readers.

Series: The African American Experience: From Slavery to the Presidency 

Interest Level: Grades 7-12

Guided Reading Level:  Z

Lexile Level:  1200

ISBN: 9781680480382  (E-book)

Copyright: ©2016

Pages: 80


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