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Houses of Civil War America: The Homes of Robert E. Lee, Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, Clara Barton, and Others Who Shaped the Era

This book is about Frederick Douglass
In "Houses of Civil War America: The Homes of Robert E. Lee, Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, Clara Barton, and Others Who Shaped the Era," readers are invited on a captivating visual and historical journey through the residences of key figures from the Civil War. Published to mark the 150th anniversary of the conflict, this book offers a unique lens into the personal lives and environments of individuals who played pivotal roles in a period that significantly shaped racial justice and American history. Through a blend of stunning photography and rich narrative, the book explores diverse dwellings from Frederick Douglass's modest abolitionist home to opulent Southern plantations, revealing how these settings contributed to the ideologies and events of the era. Ideal for elementary school readers, this book not only educates but also inspires reflection on how the past continues to influence present social justice issues. Rediscover the nation's transformation and ponder how individuals like Douglass championed the monumental cause of racial equality.
Published by Little, Brown and Company on November 4, 2014
264 pages
ISBN: 9780316227988
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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