African American History The Teacher's Bookshelf (nonfiction)

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Carol Bro I would add to this list: Inheriting the Trade by Thomas Norman DeWolf. It's an excellent accounting of the culpability of the northern states (particularly Rhode Island) in slavery and the slave trade. It's written by ancestors of the biggest slave trading family in this country in the mid- to late-1700s. A real eye-opener.


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