JOURNEYS FOR FREEDOM
The journeys include: an Acadian woman and her children settle outside of New Orleans (1755); the Nez Perce flee into Canada ahead of advancing U.S. soldiers (1877); marching to Montgomery, AL, an African American girl braves tear gas and beatings to stand up for her civil rights (1965).
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This title is part of the series: A NEW LOOK AT AMERICA'S STORY
11" x 9½"