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Janie's Freedom

Janie's Freedom

African Americans in the Aftermath of the Civil War: 1867

by Callie Smith Grant
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
First Edition, ©2006, ISBN: 9781597890861
Trade Paperback, 144 pages
Current Retail Price: $7.95
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Time Period: 1867 Eleven-year-old Janie finds herself in a quandary. The War Between the States is now over, and Miss Laura, widowed mistress of Rubyhill Plantation, has told Rubyhill's former slaves they're welcome to stay or free to leave. But for Janie, where should she go? There are still dangers in the South, and so many unknowns in the North-and moving may eliminate any chance of ever finding her mother. Using actual historical events to tell the poignant story of a newly-liberated young slave girl, Janie's Freedom is an excellent read for eight- to twelve-year-old girls, teaching American history and the Christian faith at the same time.

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