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Underground Railroad (Graphic History)


Free Shipping Included! Underground Railroad (Graphic History) by Abdo & Daughters at Spring Brook Audio. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. United States, 1800s. Due to the need for manual labor, millions of African people were transported to and sold in the United States. These people were treated as property, and many felt this was wrong. These people helped thousands of slaves escape to the North where slavery was illegal. Follow the drinking gourd along the Underground Railroad in these daring graphic novels.


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United States, 1800s. Due to the need for manual labor, millions of African people were transported to and sold in the United States. These people were treated as property, and many felt this was wrong. These people helped thousands of slaves escape to the North where slavery was illegal. Follow the drinking gourd along the Underground Railroad in these daring graphic novels..

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Manufacturer:Abdo & Daughters
Publisher:Abdo & Daughters
Studio:Abdo & Daughters
EAN:9781602703117
Item Size:0.6 x 7.4 x 7.4 inches
Package Weight:0.2 pounds
Package Size:5.3 x 0.6 x 0.6 inches

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