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    True north

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    True north : a novel of the underground railroad

    Lasky, Kathryn.

    Because of the strong influence which her grandfather, an abolitionist, has in her life, fourteen-year-old Lucy assists a fugitive slave girl in her escape.

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    Stolen man

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    Stolen man : the story of the Amistad Rebellion

    Polisar, Barry Louis.

    Presents the story of Sengbe Pieh, a West African man of the Mende tribe who, in 1839 was imprisoned on the Portuguese slave ship "Tecora" on its way to Cuba; and tells of the rebellion aboard ship and the trial of Sengbe and fellow captives.

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    Mine eyes have seen

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    Mine eyes have seen

    Rinaldi, Ann.

    In the summer of 1859, fifteen-year-old Annie travels to the Maryland farm where her father, John Brown, is secretly assembling his provisional army prior to their raid on the United States arsenal at nearby Harpers Ferry.

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    A school for Pompey Walker

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    A school for Pompey Walker

    Rosen, Michael J., 1954-

    At the dedication of a school named after him, an old former slave tells the story of his life and how, with the help of a white friend, he managed to save money to build a school for black children in Ohio by being repeatedly sold into slavery and escaping.

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