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A Child's Introduction to African American History: The Experiences, People, and Events That Shaped Our Country - Library Edition


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A fact-filled history of African Americans in politics, activism, sports, entertainment and other disciplines traces the slave trade and abolitionist movement through the Civil Rights era and the creation of hip-hop. Simultaneous.

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Manufacturer:Blackstone Pub
Publisher:Blackstone Pub
Studio:Blackstone Pub
EAN:9781549140808
Package Weight:0.52 pounds

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