10 edition of Bound for America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Milton Meltzer.|
|Series||Great journeys, Great journeys (Benchmark Books (Firm))|
|LC Classifications||JV6450 .M45 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||00051875|
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"Bound for America" tells this story in an age appropriate fashion. The authors are honest about the horrors of the middle passage but are not sensationalistic.
The illustrations by Floyd Cooper are well done and help explain the slave experience in an appropriate by: 1. Drawing upon archives in Britain and the United States, Bound for America examines the critical role this punishment played in Britain's criminal justice system. It also assesses the nature of the convict trade, the social origins of the transported felons, and the impact such a large criminal influx had on colonial by: "Bound for America" tells this story in an age appropriate fashion.
The authors are honest about the horrors Bound for America book the middle passage but are not sensationalistic. The illustrations by Floyd Cooper are well done and help explain the slave experience in an appropriate way.5/5(6).
Bound for America: The Forced Migration of Africans to the New World by James Haskins and Kathleen Benson, is a nonfiction picture book that captures the harsh and inhuman treatment that African slaves were forced to go through when they were being transported to the New World.4/5.
Bound For America. When Eamonn and his family leave Ireland for Boston, their fever-stricken ship is diverted to Canada, where he and his brothers get separately adopted until Eamonn heads to Boston to earn money to bring them back together/5(7).
James Haskins is the author of more than a hundred books for both adults and children, including The Cotton Club, which inspired the motion picture of the same name, and The Story of Stevie Wonder, which won the Coretta Scott King Award. He was honored with the Washington Post/Children's Book Guild Award for his body of work, and his books Black Music in America 2/5(1).
Bound for America. The Forced Migration of Africans to the New World. This colorfully illustrated book follows the history of slavery beginning with ancient Greece through its arrival in the Americas, including the capture of slaves and conditions on the slave ships.
Bound for America book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From toBritish courts banis convicts to Amer /5. Bound for America: The Story of the European Immigrants (Great Journeys) Hardcover – January 1, byAuthor: Milton Meltzer.
BOUND FOR AMERICA uses its title as an unhappy pun, as the book exposes the difference between immigration by choice and dehumanizing coercion.
Second in a projected seven-part series called From African Beginnings, this well-researched Bound for America book focuses on the escalation of slavery in the New World and its dire effects on both American and African cultures.4/5. Margaret Dopirak's Missionary Kid: Born in India, Bound for America tells the touching story of a young girl's 'coming of age' journey from childhood to young adult.
Born in a land beset by war and tropical disease, Margaret's book tells of her longing for the sight unseen - America - even while she experienced life in India as a time filled with family, faith and adventure/5(18). "Bound for America" tells this story in an age appropriate fashion.
The authors are honest about the horrors of the middle passage but are not sensationalistic. The illustrations by Floyd Cooper are well done and help explain the slave experience in an appropriate way.5/5(5). Drawing upon archives in Britain and the United States, Bound for America examines the critical role this punishment played in Britain's criminal justice system.
It also assesses the nature of the convict trade, the social origins of the transported felons, and the impact such a large criminal influx had on colonial society. The Hardcover of the Bound for America: The Story of European Immigrants by Milton Meltzer, Lila Perl, James Haskins, Kathleen Benson | at Barnes & Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Milton Meltzer.
BOUND FOR AMERICA I85 offenders. Authorities in Scotland and Ireland also transported criminals to America. Extant newspaper reports, though not abundant, indicate that Irish assize and quarter sessions courts regularly banished felons,2 whereas nearly one-half of the persons sentenced by the High Court ofJusticiary'in Scotland were ordered for.
Bound for Glory book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Between the years anda vast number of images of America /5. Bound for America. [Elizabeth Lutzeier] -- Eamonn and his family are leaving the hunger and hardship of life in Ireland for a new life in America - Can it fulfil all of their dreams.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Lutzeier. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: Missionary Kid: Born in India, Bound for America This story delves into the mind and heart of a little girl who lived in two different worlds - one, of her white-skinned privileged American missionary parents, and the other, of the brown-skinned Indian people in whose country they worked and into which she was born/5.
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PLB X Taking a big step up from its glamorous, superficial predecessor, African Beginnings (p. ), this volume looks at the history of slavery in Europe and Africa, plus the growth and decline of the New World slave trade, with a narrative that is closely based on contemporary accounts and full-color and black-and-white illustrations from a variety of.
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Thank you for your : HarperCollins Publishers. Bound for America Three British Composers. Three immigrant composers and the music of an overlooked era. Nicholas Temperley documents the lives, careers, and music of three British composers who emigrated from England in mid-career and became leaders in the musical life of the early United States.
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Occasionally the text of a. Get this from a library. Bound for America: the transportation of British convicts to the colonies, [A Roger Ekirch] -- During the 18th century, transportation to the colonies became Britain's foremost criminal punishment. This study combines analysis with narrative to provide insights into the origins of crime and.
Taking a big step up from its glamorous, superficial predecessor, African Beginnings (p. ), this volume looks at the history of slavery in Europe and Africa, plus the growth and decline of the New World slave trade, with a narrative that is closely based on contemporary accounts and full-color and black-and-white illustrations from a variety of sources.
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Bound for Glory: America in Color is the first major exhibition of the little known color images taken by photographers of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information (FSA/OWI).
Comprised of seventy digital prints made from color transparencies taken between andthe photographs document not only the effects of the Depression on America’s rural.
Bound for America They are nurses. They are teachers. They pick your apples. How immigration law has set legal foreign workers up for a new kind of.
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