Building a New Land: African Americans in Colonial America
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Building a New Land: African Americans in Colonial America

James Haskins (A) and Kathleen Benson (A) and James Ransome (ILT)

List Price: $7.99 (Paperback - History / Slaves / Colonial Era - 2005)

Discusses the changing roles, rights, and contributions of Afro-Americans in the United States during the colonial period from 1607 to 1763. In the 1600s, slaves could buy their freedom and could even become property owners and slave owners, but as the years passed, such rights were gradually revoked. Also includes a chronology of significant events. This is the third book in the fascinating and informative From African Beginnings series. (49 pgs) Ages 9-11

Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 7.9 x 0.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces

ISBN: AAFT978-0553494105

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