Freedom Walkers

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Freedom Walkers
Author : Russell Freedman
File Size : 47,7 Mb
Publisher : Paw Prints
Language : English
Release Date : 03 June 2009
ISBN : 1442060301
Pages : 114 pages
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Freedom Walkers by Russell Freedman Book PDF Summary

Covers the events surrounding and including the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the end of segregation on buses.

Freedom Walkers

Covers the events surrounding and including the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the end of segregation on buses.

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Freedom Walkers

A riveting account of the civil rights boycott that changed history by the foremost author of history for young people. Now a classic, Freedman’s book tells the dramatic stories of the heroes who stood up against segregation and Jim Crow laws in 1950s Alabama. Full of eyewitness reports, iconic

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