Journals Higher Education

Hard Road to Freedom Volume One

The Story of Black America

Lois E. Horton and James Oliver Horton

  • Shows that African American history is a critical part of American history and that African Americans have figured prominently in the creation of American culture
  • Includes dramatic tales of the black experience-Gabriel Prosser's and Nat Turner's rebellion against slavery; the inventive and heroic escapes of William and Ellen Craft and Harriet Tubman; the accomplishments of Fredrick Douglass and Maggie Lena Walker; the bravery of Freedom Riders like John Lewis; and the sacrifice and determination of women like Fannie Lou Hamer.
  • Each chapter includes "Documenting Black America," that feature a wide range of primary sources, and "Profile," which offers a short biography of an individual whose life is central to the chapter's story.
  • Learning objectives and chapter review questions provide essential study aids.
  • Compelling full-color design with over 100 photographs and nearly 50 maps.
  • Available in combined and split volumes (Volume 1: Chapters 1-8; Volume 2: Chapters 8-17).
  • An enhanced eBook increases student engagement through quizzes, flashcards, and other digital learning tools.
  • Numerous digital teaching resources, including a course cartridge, are available to adopters at Oxford Learning Link https://learninglink.oup.com/

$41.99

Looseleaf

Published: 01 July 2021

304 Pages | 83

ISBN: 9780197564813


Also Available As:

Ebook


Bookseller Code (04)

Also of Interest

$41.99

Looseleaf

Published: 01 July 2021

304 Pages | 83

ISBN: 9780197564813


Also Available As:

Ebook


Bookseller Code (04)

Hard Road to Freedom Volume One

The Story of Black America

Lois E. Horton and James Oliver Horton

  • Shows that African American history is a critical part of American history and that African Americans have figured prominently in the creation of American culture
  • Includes dramatic tales of the black experience-Gabriel Prosser's and Nat Turner's rebellion against slavery; the inventive and heroic escapes of William and Ellen Craft and Harriet Tubman; the accomplishments of Fredrick Douglass and Maggie Lena Walker; the bravery of Freedom Riders like John Lewis; and the sacrifice and determination of women like Fannie Lou Hamer.
  • Each chapter includes "Documenting Black America," that feature a wide range of primary sources, and "Profile," which offers a short biography of an individual whose life is central to the chapter's story.
  • Learning objectives and chapter review questions provide essential study aids.
  • Compelling full-color design with over 100 photographs and nearly 50 maps.
  • Available in combined and split volumes (Volume 1: Chapters 1-8; Volume 2: Chapters 8-17).
  • An enhanced eBook increases student engagement through quizzes, flashcards, and other digital learning tools.
  • Numerous digital teaching resources, including a course cartridge, are available to adopters at Oxford Learning Link https://learninglink.oup.com/

$41.99

Looseleaf

Published: 01 July 2021

304 Pages | 83

ISBN: 9780197564813


Also Available As:

Ebook


Bookseller Code (04)

Also of Interest