Sylvia Stark: A Pioneer ebook
by Ernest Jones,Karen Lewis,Victoria Scott
Sylvia Stark is the true story of an African American pioneer. Sylvia was freed from slavery at age twelve and traveled the Oregon Trail by covered wagon to a California gold-mining town.
Sylvia Stark is the true story of an African American pioneer . Sylvia Stark is the true story of an African American pioneer. In 1860, threatened by the Fugitive Slave Act and the Dred Scott Decision, Sylvia's family and 600 other African Americans left California for British Columbia. The Starks settled on Salt Sylvia Stark is the true story of an African American pioneer.
Victoria Scott (Author), Ernest Jones (Author), Karen Lewis (Illustrator) & 0 more. Tracing the journey of a former slave, this biography explores the long life of Sylvia Stark, a woman who eventually reaches her goal of freedom. This is an informative biography that can serve as enrichment for a unit on discrimination, US history, women, African Americans, and freedom. Although ideally suited for children 9-13, others would also enjoy reading this book.
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Victoria Scott, Ernest Jones, Karen Lewis. The biography of freed slave Sylvia Stark retraces her remarkable journey to California at age twelve; the effect of the Dred Scott Decision on her family; and their subsequent flight to Canada. By the author of Black Heroes of the Wild West.
Sylvia Estes Stark (1839 – 1944) is a noted African-American pioneer and Salt Spring Island resident, who was among 600 African Americans who migrated to the newly formed Colony of British Columbia. Sylvia Estes was born into slavery in Clay County, Missouri, the youngest of three children of Hannah and Howard Estes. The family moved to California
By Victoria Scott & Ernest & Jones. Distinguished books by authors and illustrators of African descent which promote an understanding and appreciation of the American dream (annually).
By Victoria Scott & Ernest & Jones. Reading Level: Late Elementary School, Middle School Genre: Non Fiction Publisher: Open Hand Publishing, Inc. 1991. Find this book in a library near you, using WorldCat. Outstanding examples of text, illustration, fiction and nonfiction (four awards annually).
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