The Resource --If you lived when there was slavery in America, by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson
- --If you lived when there was slavery in America, by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson
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- by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson
- What would you wear?
- What would you eat?
- How did people get extra food?
- Would you live with your father and mother?
- What if your father belonged to another slave owner?
- What would your name be?
- What happened when slaves were sold?
- When would you need a pass?
- What happened if you didn't have a pass?
- Would you go to school?
- How do we know what it was like to be a slave?
- Did some owners teach their slaves to read?
- Why weren't slaves allowed to read and write?
- Were slaves punished for knowing how to read?
- What kind of work did slaves do?
- Did slaves have to work very hard?
- Did the children have to work?
- Was there time for play?
- What games would you play?
- How did slaves help one another?
- What rule did every slave child learn?
- Did the English use slaves when they first came to America?
- Were slaves allowed to get married?
- What was "jumping the broom"?
- What was the best time of the year?
- What was the first thing you'd say on Christmas Day?
- How would you find out the latest news?
- Why was corn shucking fun?
- Were any black people free?
- How could you become free?
- Could you be made a slave even if you were free?
- Was it dangerous to run away?
- Why did slavery start in America?
- What happened during the Civil War?
- Were all slaves brought over from Africa?
- Where did American slaves live?
- What was a cabin in the Quarters like?
- Where would you sleep?
- Why did some cabins have tilted chimneys?
- Control code
- 19 x 23 cm.
- 62 p.
- Isbn Type
- Other physical details
- col. ill., col. maps
- System control number
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