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Slavery throughout history / Theodore L. Sylvester ; Peggy Saari, contributing editor.

By: Sylvester, Theodore L.
Contributor(s): Saari, Peggy.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Detroit, MI : U X L, c2000Description: 4 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.Subject(s): Slavery -- Cross-cultural studies -- Juvenile literature | Slave trade -- History -- Juvenile literature | Slavery -- History -- Juvenile literature | Slaves -- Biography -- Juvenile literature
Contents:
[1] Almanac -- [2] Biographies -- [3] Primary Sources -- [4] Cumulative index.
Summary: Research on slavery, from its early roots in Mesopotamia to its occurrence in the United States is made easy with this set. The Almanac provides students with the in-depth information they need to write reports and class assignments. Biographies profiles more than 30 men and women associated with the institution. Primary Sources allows students to study 20 speeches, diary entries, newspaper accounts and other material related to slavery.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

[1] Almanac -- [2] Biographies -- [3] Primary Sources -- [4] Cumulative index.

Research on slavery, from its early roots in Mesopotamia to its occurrence in the United States is made easy with this set. The Almanac provides students with the in-depth information they need to write reports and class assignments. Biographies profiles more than 30 men and women associated with the institution. Primary Sources allows students to study 20 speeches, diary entries, newspaper accounts and other material related to slavery.

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