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Underground Railroad (Cornerstones of Freedom: Bringing History to Life)

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Even before the first glorious ring of the Liberty Bell, America was a land of freedom and promise. Read about what makes our country and form of government so great that it has inspired people from all over the world to start life anew here, endure the economic and social upheavals, and defend the land and rights that are unique to the United States of America.
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published 2011 by Scholastic
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Amy
Feb 02, 2012 Amy rated it it was amazing
A great introduction for kids who want to learn a little about this period in American History. It defines exactly what the Underground Railroad was, some terms used and important people of the time.

There are lots of great sidebars, illustrations, photos, cartoons and more!
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Jun 18, 2013 Russ Bruxvoort rated it really liked it
Good, but very basic overview of the Underground Railroad. A quality book for third graders.
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