Journeys for Freedom: A New Look at America's Story
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Publisher: Recorded Books
Date: August 2008
Duration: 1 hours 59 minutes
Experience 20 great moments in American history-from the 1631 quest of Christian libertarian Roger Williams to the 1988 ordeal of Sudanese refugee Peter Malual. -Battle Redcoats with Continental soldier-in-disguise Deborah Sampson (1782). -Pay freedom's price 16 times with devoted freedman Frank McWhorter (1795). -Brave a thousand-mile trek with runaway slaves William and Ellen Craft (1845). -Blast a path through the mountains with the Central Pacific's intrepid Ah Goong (1868). -Flee oppression's hopeless grip with Russian immigrant Mary Antin (1894). -Escape a Nazi concentration camp's brutality with Jewish youth Isi Veleris (1939). Award-winning educational authors Susan Buckley and Elspeth Leacock deliver the third entry in their acclaimed history series. Using compelling vignettes, Journeys for Freedom weaves an enchanting tapestry of U.S. history for children of all ages. Adam Grupper's splendid narration assures that this dramatic audiobook will be listened to again and again.