A School for Pompey Walker

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Working and sleeping in a stable, Pompey Walker dreams of going to school. Born into slavery in the 1830s, the only subjects to learn are the brutalities of plantation life--until slavery-hating Jeremiah Walker, son-in-law of the plantation owner, buys Pompey's freedom. Inspired by a newspaper account of an Ohio man's experiences and recollections of former slaves. Full color.

A School for Pompey Walker 1995, Houghton Mifflin, San Diego, CA

ISBN-13: 9780152001148

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