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Seminole Freedom
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It is August, 1815. Eleven-year-old Jenny Moses and her mother, Annie, work as field slaves on a Georgia plantation. When they learn of their master's plans to sell Jenny and separate mother and daughter, they choose to run. During a perilous week-long journey, they are helped by Cato, another young runaway, and together they travel to the banks of Florida's Apalachicola River. There they find friendly settlements of escaped slaves, free blacks and Native Americans. With the aid of a fully-fortified former British fort, Jenny, Annie, Cato and a new friend-Crazy Bear-are swept up in the hope that a new country of blacks and Indians, one in which everyone is free, can be carved out of this strange new land. In the meantime, there are slave hunters to contend with, such as the evil Rube, and armies bent on destroying their dreams.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
1449962483
EAN
9781449962487
Publisher
Publication Date
10/12/2009
Pages
240
Dimension
21.59cm x 14.00cm x 1.40cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Alderson, Doug
Author Doug Alderson, a regular contributor to Sea Kayaker magazine and author of two other books on sea kayaking, is a nationally certified kayak instructor-trainer and year-round kayaker.




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