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Complete beginners can use this workbook for Barracoon: The Story of the Last "Black Cargo" by Zora Neale Hurston and find immediate help in applying its major lessons.
After several decades of archiving it, one of the most important books to understand African-American history in a much closer way finally appears. Barracoon is a book written by Zora Neale and tells the story of Cudjo Lewis, one of the last Africans to be enslaved and brought to the United States before the civil war. Barracoon has been highly acclaimed for its historical importance and remarkable story. In addition to being ranked by amazon as the number one best seller in ship history, it also became a New York Times best-seller. Many books discuss slavery from the perspective of the slave owners, but few address the life of those who were enslaved.
Do you want to apply the major lessons to your daily life? The goal of this workbook is to help even the newest readers apply what may be the most critical lessons found in Barracoon: The Story of the Last "Black Cargo" by Zora Neale Hurston. Results have shown that learning is retained best through repeated hands-on applications. With Max Help Workbooks, readers will be able to find distilled information categorized into major lessons with applicable exercise worksheets to maximize learning.
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