Slavery and the Underground Railroad

Homeschool Curriculum Resources

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  1. Esclavitud en Estados Unidos  (Slavery in America) - PDF Download [Download]This is a digital download product
    Marie Patterson
    Teacher Created Materials / 2015 / PDF Download
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  2. Frederick Douglass: Leader of the  Abolitionist Movement - PDF Download [Download]This is a digital download product
    Melissa Carosella
    Teacher Created Materials / 2011 / PDF Download
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  3. The Fight for Freedom: Ending  Slavery in America - PDF Download [Download]This is a digital download product
    Melissa Carosella, Stephanie Kuligowski
    Teacher Created Materials / 2011 / PDF Download
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  4. Harriet Tubman: Leading Slaves to  Freedom - PDF Download [Download]This is a digital download product
    Debra J. Housel
    Teacher Created Materials / 2010 / PDF Download
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Freedom Seekers Series

  1. Escape into the Night
    Lois W. Johnson
    River North / 2013 / Trade Paperback
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  2. Race for Freedom
    Lois W. Johnson
    River North / 2013 / Trade Paperback
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  3. Midnight Rescue
    Lois W. Johnson
    River North / 2013 / Trade Paperback
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  4. The Swindler's Treasure
    Lois Walfrid Johnson
    River North / 2013 / Trade Paperback
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Picture Books & Chapter Books for Young Readers

Brady could never be trusted with secrets. His family knows that he cannot keep quiet when he should.  But when Brady discovers an Underground Railroad station near his family's farm, it becomes more important than ever before that he does not say a word, because now lives are at stake: his family, friends, and the men, women, and children they are helping.  As Brady is confronted with the slavery controversy, he is forced to make his own decision about what he believes. Can he earn his father’s respect and trust? From Newbery Honor-winning author, Jean Fritz. 224 pages, softcover. Ages 8 and up.

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