Contributor biographical information for Fort Mose : and the story of the man who built the first free black settlement in colonial America / Glennette Tilley Turner.


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Glennette Tilley Turner has written nine children’s books, including An Apple for Harriet Tubman and Running for Our Lives. She has a master’s degree in history and children’s literature; has spoken at ALA, NCTE, BCALA, and the Library of Congress; has presented at Illinois library, historical, and reading organizations; and has served as an advisor to the National Park Service. She lives in Wheaton, Illinois.

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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Fort Mose Site (Fla.) -- Juvenile literature.
Menendez, Francisco, -- b. ca. 1700 -- Juvenile literature.
Saint Augustine (Fla.) -- Militia -- History -- 18th century -- Juvenile literature.
African Americans -- Florida -- Saint Augustine -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
African Americans -- Florida -- Saint Augustine -- History -- 18th century -- Juvenile literature.
Free African Americans -- Florida -- Saint Augustine -- History -- 18th century -- Juvenile literature.
Fugitive slaves -- Florida -- Saint Augustine -- History -- 18th century -- Juvenile literature.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Florida -- Saint Augustine -- Juvenile literature.
Saint Augustine (Fla.) -- History -- 18th century -- Juvenile literature.
Florida -- History -- Spanish colony, 1565-1763 -- Juvenile literature.
Menendez, Francisco, -- b. ca. 1700.
Free African Americans.
Fugitive slaves.
Frontier and pioneer life.
Florida -- History -- Spanish colony, 1565-1763.
Saint Augustine (Fla.) -- Militia -- History -- 18th century.