The Price of Freedom: How One Town Stood Up To Slavery

By Dennis Brindell Fradin, Judith Bloom Fradin
Illustrators Illustrated by Eric Velasquez Edition

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Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing Imprint Walker ISBN


The Price of Freedom: How One Town Stood Up To Slavery

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1856: John Price escaped slavery and settled in Oberlin, Ohio. When slave catchers nabbed him, hundreds of townspeople defied the Fugitive Slave Act to rescue him. Black-and-white photograph of the rescuers. Note about the Underground Railroad. Bibliography. Further reading and Web sites. Full-color illustrations created using mixed media and oil paints.
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