Abraham Lincoln Coloring Book by A. G. Smith

By A. G. Smith

From his humble origins to his upward thrust to the top place of work within the land and supreme martyrdom, this coloring e-book chronicles the lifetime of Abraham Lincoln. greater than forty correctly rendered photos — many according to the well-known Mathew Brady images — depict a bright landscape of occasions from Lincoln's life.

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Like Truth, Titus was a strong supporter of equal rights for women and for African Americans. 43 Sojourner Trut h America had been fighting against slavery for decades. The campaign for women’s rights was much more recent. The first Women’s Rights Convention was held in 1848 at Seneca Falls, New York. Lucretia Mott was one of the organizers of that meeting, at which Frederick Douglass also spoke. In 1850, Truth joined Mott and Douglass at another women’s rights convention, in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Nearly 1,700 essays were submitted by students between the ages of five and 18. Valerie Ambroise, a 12-yearold student from Connecticut, sent in the winning entry about Sojourner Truth. A robot rover named to honor Sojourner Truth explored the planet Mars in 1997. The rover’s camera sent 550 images of the Martian surface back to Earth. 57 Sojourner Trut h Remembering Truth Truth spent her last years in the Battle Creek area. There and elsewhere, she was a beloved figure. By now she was more than 80 years old and had painful sores on her legs.

They lacked food, clothing, shelter, and medical care. Truth worked for the National Freedman’s Relief Association, a private group. She also worked for the Freedmen’s Bureau, a government agency. She nursed the sick, helped the homeless, and found food for the hungry. She also taught former slaves Sojourner and the Streetcars When Sojourner Truth came to Washington in 1864, the city had a system of horse-drawn streetcars. The law said that African Americans had the right to ride in streetcars alongside white people.

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