The underground railroad / A & E Television Networks.
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|Webb City Public Library||Adult DVD 973.7 H 62 (Text)||38262300006373||Adult Videos||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 90 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 CD-ROM (interactive lesson plan).
- Publisher: [New York, NY] : A & E Television Networks, 2006.
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This package contains a full-length "The History Channel" documentary on DVD(s) and a lesson plan on a CD-ROM that includes: short video segments that bring history topics alive, primary source documents in an easy-to-print format, a map and other visual aids, discussion and review questions, classroom activities, Internet links, and other resources. These materials correlate with national and state history standards.
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Save our history : underground railroad (1 hr., 30 min.) -- Biography : Frederick Douglass (ca. 45 min.) -- Interactive lesson plan (CD-ROM)
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Underground Railroad: Host, Alfre Woodard.
From the container. The long path from slavery to freedom was both symbolic and horribly real -- nowhere more so than along the Underground Railroad. Through historical documents, the compelling words of descendants and scholars, and the rich music of the period, learn about the risk takers who put their lives on the line for freedom. Primary sources include: Writings by abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison and ex-slave Frederick Douglass.
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