Running a thousand miles for freedom

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Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom - Craft, William, and Craft, Ellen

In America's darkest days slavery was accepted. More than 4 million Africans were slaves at the height of the slave trade. Wanting the same liberties as their white counterparts, many Africans escaped slavery and made their way to Canada, England, the Caribbean and their home country. This is one of the stories.

Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom 2012, SMK Books

ISBN-13: 9781617206719

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Running a Thousand Miles For Freedom 2011, Lulu.com, London

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Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom 2009, Book Jungle

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Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom 2009, Echo Library

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Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom 2008, BiblioLife, Charleston SC

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Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom 2007, BiblioLife, Charleston SC

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Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom 2007, BiblioLife
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