Africans In America (Immigration to the United States) by Richard Worth

By Richard Worth

The USA is really a country of immigrants. Spanning the time from whilst the Europeans first got here to the hot international, this ebook conveys the buzz of those tales to adolescents. It highlights the topics, humans, areas, and occasions that have been very important to every immigrant crew.

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Nevertheless, Douglass continued learning to read on his own and also learned how to write. With this knowledge, he eventually Escape to the North 48 Escape to the North obtained a phony pass stating that he was a free African American and left Baltimore in 1838. He journeyed north until he reached New York City and, later, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Douglass became an ardent abolitionist, speaking throughout New England and New York. He even traveled to England to speak. In one of his most famous speeches, delivered on July 5, 1852, he said: “What to the American slave, is your 4th of July?

Nevertheless, Douglass continued learning to read on his own and also learned how to write. With this knowledge, he eventually Escape to the North 48 Escape to the North obtained a phony pass stating that he was a free African American and left Baltimore in 1838. He journeyed north until he reached New York City and, later, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Douglass became an ardent abolitionist, speaking throughout New England and New York. He even traveled to England to speak. In one of his most famous speeches, delivered on July 5, 1852, he said: “What to the American slave, is your 4th of July?

These states decided to leave the Union when Abraham Lincoln was elected president of the United States. Southerners knew that Lincoln intended to stop the expansion of slavery into the West. They feared that this would slowly undermine the plantation system. In February 1861 the southern states established the Confederate States of America. S. senator, as their president. Two months later, a Confederate army bombarded the federal stronghold at Fort Sumter in Charleston, forcing it to surrender.

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