â™ Book Title : The Story of American Freedom
✍Author : Eric Foner
â™›Publisher :
♣Release Date : 2000
âśżPages : 422
â™ ISBN : 0333900812
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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đź“ťThe Story of American Freedom Book Synopsis : Freedom: a promised land, a battle ground, America's cultural bond and fault line. In this history, Eric Foner describes the concept of freedom, not as a fixed set of inherited ideas, but as something that has evolved through time, being altered - or even entirely reinvented - by the various groups of people who have claimed a right to it.

📒The Story Of America ✍ Allen Weinstein

â™ Book Title : The Story of America
✍Author : Allen Weinstein
â™›Publisher : Pearson Prentice Hall
♣Release Date : 2002
âśżPages : 688
â™ ISBN : 0789489031
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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đź“ťThe Story of America Book Synopsis : A chronicle of America traces the nation's history through a series of seminal events that changed the course of history and offers profiles of figures who played a vital role in shaping our nation.

â™ Book Title : The story of American freedom
✍Author : Edna McGuire
â™›Publisher :
♣Release Date : 1961
âśżPages :
â™ ISBN : STANFORD:36105049354223
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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â™ Book Title : Revolution Song A Story of American Freedom
✍Author : Russell Shorto
â™›Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
♣Release Date : 2017-11-07
âśżPages : 512
â™ ISBN : 9780393245554
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📝Revolution Song A Story of American Freedom Book Synopsis : From the author of the acclaimed history The Island at the Center of the World, an intimate new epic of the American Revolution that reinforces its meaning for today. Russell Shorto’s work has been praised as “first-rate intellectual history” (Wall Street Journal), “literary alchemy” (Chicago Tribune) and simply “astonishing” (New York Times). In his epic new book, Russell Shorto takes us back to the founding of the American nation, drawing on diaries, letters and autobiographies to flesh out six lives that cast the era in a fresh new light. They include an African man who freed himself and his family from slavery, a rebellious young woman who abandoned her abusive husband to chart her own course and a certain Mr. Washington, who was admired for his social graces but harshly criticized for his often-disastrous military strategy. Through these lives we understand that the revolution was fought over the meaning of individual freedom, a philosophical idea that became a force for violent change. A powerful narrative and a brilliant defense of American values, Revolution Song makes the compelling case that the American Revolution is still being fought today and that its ideals are worth defending.

â™ Book Title : Anticommunism and the African American Freedom Movement
✍Author : R. Lieberman
â™›Publisher : Springer
♣Release Date : 2009-04-27
âśżPages : 251
â™ ISBN : 9780230620742
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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đź“ťAnticommunism and the African American Freedom Movement Book Synopsis : This collection of essays looks at the impact of anticommunism on black political culture during the early years of the Cold War, with an eye toward local and individual stories that offer insight into larger national and international issues.

â™ Book Title : The Thirteenth Amendment and American Freedom
✍Author : Alexander Tsesis
â™›Publisher : NYU Press
♣Release Date : 2004-12-12
âśżPages : 229
â™ ISBN : 0814782760
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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đź“ťThe Thirteenth Amendment and American Freedom Book Synopsis : Although the United States has always been a nation of immigrants, the recent demographic shifts resulting in burgeoning young Latino and Asian populations have literally changed the face of the nation. This wave of massive immigration has led to a nationwide struggle with the need to become bicultural, a difficult and sometimes painful process of navigating between ethnic cultures. While some Latino adolescents become alienated and turn to antisocial behavior and substance use, others go on to excel in school, have successful careers, and build healthy families. Drawing on both quantitative and qualitative data ranging from surveys to extensive interviews with immigrant families, Becoming Bicultural explores the individual psychology, family dynamics, and societal messages behind bicultural development and sheds light on the factors that lead to positive or negative consequences for immigrant youth. Paul R. Smokowski and Martica Bacallao illuminate how immigrant families, and American communities in general, become bicultural and use their bicultural skills to succeed in their new surroundings The volume concludes by offering a model for intervention with immigrant teens and their families which enhances their bicultural skills.

â™ Book Title : Catholicism and American Freedom A History
✍Author : John T. McGreevy
â™›Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
♣Release Date : 2004-09-17
âśżPages : 432
â™ ISBN : 039332608X
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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đź“ťCatholicism and American Freedom A History Book Synopsis : Explores the history of the Catholic Church in the political and intellectual development of the United States, discussing its impact on policies regarding slavery, public education, contraception, and the economy. Reprint.

â™ Book Title : Gateway to Freedom The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad
✍Author : Eric Foner
â™›Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
♣Release Date : 2015-01-19
âśżPages : 320
â™ ISBN : 9780393244380
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📝Gateway to Freedom The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad Book Synopsis : The dramatic story of fugitive slaves and the antislavery activists who defied the law to help them reach freedom. More than any other scholar, Eric Foner has influenced our understanding of America's history. Now, making brilliant use of extraordinary evidence, the Pulitzer Prize–winning historian once again reconfigures the national saga of American slavery and freedom. A deeply entrenched institution, slavery lived on legally and commercially even in the northern states that had abolished it after the American Revolution. Slaves could be found in the streets of New York well after abolition, traveling with owners doing business with the city's major banks, merchants, and manufacturers. New York was also home to the North’s largest free black community, making it a magnet for fugitive slaves seeking refuge. Slave catchers and gangs of kidnappers roamed the city, seizing free blacks, often children, and sending them south to slavery. To protect fugitives and fight kidnappings, the city's free blacks worked with white abolitionists to organize the New York Vigilance Committee in 1835. In the 1840s vigilance committees proliferated throughout the North and began collaborating to dispatch fugitive slaves from the upper South, Washington, and Baltimore, through Philadelphia and New York, to Albany, Syracuse, and Canada. These networks of antislavery resistance, centered on New York City, became known as the underground railroad. Forced to operate in secrecy by hostile laws, courts, and politicians, the city’s underground-railroad agents helped more than 3,000 fugitive slaves reach freedom between 1830 and 1860. Until now, their stories have remained largely unknown, their significance little understood. Building on fresh evidence—including a detailed record of slave escapes secretly kept by Sydney Howard Gay, one of the key organizers in New York—Foner elevates the underground railroad from folklore to sweeping history. The story is inspiring—full of memorable characters making their first appearance on the historical stage—and significant—the controversy over fugitive slaves inflamed the sectional crisis of the 1850s. It eventually took a civil war to destroy American slavery, but here at last is the story of the courageous effort to fight slavery by "practical abolition," person by person, family by family.

📒Landscape Of Freedom ✍ Mauritz Alfred Hallgren

â™ Book Title : Landscape of Freedom
✍Author : Mauritz Alfred Hallgren
â™›Publisher :
♣Release Date : 1941
âśżPages : 444
â™ ISBN : UOM:39015003839498
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📒American Flag ✍ Joseph Ferry

â™ Book Title : American Flag
✍Author : Joseph Ferry
â™›Publisher : Simon and Schuster
♣Release Date : 2014-11-17
âśżPages : 48
â™ ISBN : 9781422287422
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📝American Flag Book Synopsis : By whatever name it is called—the Stars and Stripes, Old Glory, the Star-Spangled Banner—the American flag is the ultimate symbol of American freedom. But why stars, why stripes? What is the significance of the elements of the flag? The American flag went through several incarnations before the design we recognize today was established. From a banner based on a British flag and a colonial rattlesnake flag that read, "Don't Tread on Me" to the enormous 15-star flag that flew over Fort McHenry in 1814, inspiring Francis Scott Key to write the national anthem, this symbol of America has inspired music and joy in the hearts of people around the world. It is a beacon to those who long for liberty, as well as a representation of the unity of our great nation.