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America's Journey Through Slavery: Opposing Slavery - The Abolitionist Movement in America (2007)

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Intended for classroom use by history teachers and designed to conform to national and state curricula standards, the documentary series America's Journey Through Slavery uses such elements as graphics, maps, and age-specific scripts to provide a systematic historical overview of slavery in the United States. It is designed to help students conceptually grasp the European rationale for transporting African slaves to the United States, as well as the manner in which slavery reshaped U.S. life in the Nineteenth Century. Subtitled "Opposing Slavery: The Abolitionist Movement in America," this specific volume begins by discussing the means by which slavery took root in the United States, then looks at the abolitionist movement run by such crusaders as Frederick Douglas, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Harriet Tubman that ultimately helped topple the institution of slavery.

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