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Introduction Chapter 1: Jamestown: Slavery and Freedom in British North America Chapter 2: The Old State House: Crispus Attucks and the Boston Massacre Chapter 3: Kingsley Plantation: Race and Family in Spanish Florida Chapter 4: The African Meeting House: Platform for a Community Chapter 5: The Old Court House: The Beginning of Dred Scott Chapter 6: Harpers Ferry: African Americans and the John Brown Raid Chapter 7: Cedar Hill: Washington Home of Frederick Douglass Chapter 8: Sweet Auburn Historic District: A Haven in a Hostile World Chapter 9: Nicodemus, Kansas: In Search of a Promise Land Chapter 10: The Apollo Theater: Harlem's Stage of Dreams Chapter 11: U.S.S. Arizona, Pearl Harbor: Race and War in Paradise Chapter 12: Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site: The Supreme Court and Public Education Timeline Further Reading Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: African Americans History Juvenile literature, Historic sites United States Juvenile literature, African Americans Monuments Juvenile literature, United States History, Local Juvenile literature