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Ce they escaped the SouthIt s a very well written and very complete book As someone who majored in history in college and a life long student of the American Civil War I jumped at the chance to read this installment of the Captivating History series I was so happy that I did While this book isn t long it s packed full of interesting bits about such noted heroes as Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass one of my personal heroes But it has so much I didn t know anything about Jermain Wesley Loguen Levi Coffin John Fairfield or William Still and with what was in the book I ve now added them to my list of historical people I want to read about This book flows in a wonderful way ou re getting the backgrounds of so many historical figures but Politieke geschiedenis van België sinds 1830 you re not overwhelmed There is a huge amount of historical knowledge packed into the pages butou re not bored If Internationaal cartoonfestival Knokke-Heist. Cartoons 2003 you re looking for a book that packs a lot of historical facts within its pages I would definitely recommend the books from the Captivating History series Ifou re looking for a well written book about the Underground Railroad and some of its well known conductors as well as the founder then I definitely recommend this book I received an ARC of this book and this is my Honest And Voluntary Review. and voluntary review. Enius and it really helps me connect book and this is my honest and voluntary review. Enius and it really helps me connect the story. Ople involved in trying to free slaves It discusses slavery in the ancient world noting the history of slavery goes back to at least 3500 BCE and it involved city statescountries taking over others and taking people to use as slaves This was in the area that is now Ira and Iran and the surrounding area AND PLACES LIKE BABYLONTHEN IT GOES INTO THE MIDDLE places like BabylonThen it goes into the Middle with serfdom which was somewhat like slavery This changed to Spain and Portugal taking people from Africa and selling them as slaves The book goes into how people in Africa captured others and sold them to slave traders Then the book goes into the conditions on board the shipsIt notes it was illegal to teach slaves and how slaves that misbehaved were subject to being whipped and otherwise basically torturedThen it goes into the gradual growth of abolitionism who was involved how other countries outlawed slavery before the US and the role of uakers in helping escaped slavesIt notes the steps in the Underground Railroad the terms used such as conductors and the dangers involved It goes in to how laws changed and how escaped slaves had to aim for Canada rather than America It also goes into the various individuals that were involved in freeing slaves and providing them shelter and other help on. R Captivating History The way the author shows is When offered this book I decided not to read it because I thought I knew about the Underground Railroad But I picked it up and decided to thumb through THE CHAPTER HEADINGS IN SECONDS I chapter headings In seconds I reading and finding information I didn t know on nearly every page This book was so interesting I read it in one sitting By reading a great deal of world history I was familiar with the concept that prisoners of war were often turned into slaves by the conuering groups Men were busy enslaving others from the earliest times the Romans were especially adept at bringing home slaves for THEIR HOMES AND FARMS IT IS INTERESTING TO WATCH homes and farms It is interesting to watch this book how slavery slowly became less acceptable It was the Age of Enlightenment of the 1600 the 1700s that made people think about freedom in different waysHaving recently read Harriet Tubman Interesting book though it is a history of black slavery in America than it is about the underground railroad Seems like we are still fighting this fight today This is probably one of the best books ou can read on the subject since it examines the Whole Subject The History Of subject the history of how slavery got started in America the problems that developed the treatment of slaves the laws involving slavery the abolition movement and the pe. Amazing Kindle Epub, The Underground Railroad Autho. ,

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