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Amos Fortune Free Man

Author: Elizabeth Yates
Publisher: Perfection Learning
ISBN: 9780812474909
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Amos Fortune was born the son of an African king. In 1725, when he was 15 years old, he was captured by slave traders, brought to America and sold at auction. For 45 years, Amos worked as a slave and dreamed of freedom. At 60, he began to see those dreams come true. A Newbery Honor Book.

Tree Of Freedom

Author: Rebecca Caudill
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504025172
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A Newbery Honor Book: During the Revolutionary War, a courageous pioneer girl fights for freedom When thirteen-year-old Stephanie Venable moves with her family from North Carolina to a four-hundred-acre homestead in Kentucky, she knows they’re in for a great adventure. The family sells whatever belongings they can’t fit in their covered wagon, and begin the long journey west. But Stephanie has brought something special with her, an apple seed from their tree back home, just as her grandmother did when she moved from France to America. In Kentucky, the Venables must fell trees, build a cabin, and prepare the land for crops. Being a pioneer is a lot of work, but it’s also very exciting: Stephanie and her family must grow, catch, or hunt everything they need to eat and survive. With the Revolutionary War also moving west, the family faces threats from British sympathizers and American rebels. Will freedom take root in America, like Stephanie’s young apple tree, or will the Venable family succumb to the hardships of frontier life?

Mountain Born

Author: Elizabeth Yates
Publisher: BJU Press
ISBN: 9780890847060
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A boy in a family of sheep farmers raises a black lamb to be the leader of the flock.

Hue Cry

Author: Elizabeth Yates
Publisher: BJU Press
ISBN: 9780890845363
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Jared Austin, staunch member of the mutual protection society that defends his 1830s New Hampshire community against thieves, tries to temper justice with mercy when his deaf daughter Melody befriends a young Irish immigrant who has stolen a horse.

Fog Magic

Author: Julia Lina Sauer
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780140321630
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A child of Nova Scotia who loves the fog is transported by it to a secret world of her own.

Brady

Author: Jean Fritz
Publisher: Puffin
ISBN: 9780698119376
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A young Pennsylvania boy takes part in the pre-Civil War anti-slavery activities.

Blue Willow

Author: Doris Gates
Publisher: Peter Smith Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780844671437
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A little girl, who wants most of all to have a real home and to go to a regular school, hopes that the valley her family has come to, which so resembles the pattern on her treasured blue willow plate, will be their permanent home.

Ben Franklin Of Old Philadelphia

Author: Margaret Cousins
Publisher: Turtleback
ISBN: 9780606020398
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A biography of the American who became known for his work as a printer, author, inventor, and statesman.

Bound For Oregon

Author: Jean Van Leeuwen
Publisher: Paw Prints
ISBN: 9781442054400
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A fictionalized account of the journey made by nine-year-old Mary Ellen Todd and her family from their home in Arkansas westward over the Oregon Trail in 1852

The Reb And The Redcoats

Author: Constance Savery
Publisher: Bethlehem Books
ISBN: 1883937426
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In an interesting turnabout, the Revolutionary War is seen through the eyes of a British family to whom an American prisoner of war has been entrusted. Technically the young prisoner is in Uncle Lawrence's custody, but the children soon forge a forbidden friendship with him after he nearly dies in an attempted escape. He becomes the Reb and they, his Redcoats. But when they learn of some events leading to his coming to Europe, even Uncle Lawrence, embittered by the unjust death of a friend in America, thaws toward him-but this doesn't stop the Reb from scheming to escape. Constance Savery deftly weaves themes of trust and forgiveness into an interesting plot with likeable characters.