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The Glory Field : and related readings. [print]

By: Myers, Walter Dean, 1937-2014 [author]Contributor(s): McDougal LittellMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Literature connectionsPublication details: Evanston, Illinois : McDougal Littell, 1997. Description: 356 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): African Americans -- Fiction | Family -- FictionLOC classification: PS3563.M996.G567 1997PS3563.Y48.M996.G567 1997COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Glory Field / Walter Dean Myers -- from To be a slave / Julius Lester -- Washed window / Dorothy Canfield Fisher -- Satchel Paige / Bill Littlefield -- We are an old people / Hugo Salazar Tamariz -- Goodbye, Grandma / Ray Bradbury -- Kinsman / Jim Wayne Miller -- Home / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Who can be born black / Mari Evans.
Summary: Follows a family's two hundred forty-one year history, from the capture of an African boy in the 1750s through the lives of his descendants, as their dreams and circumstances lead them away from and back to the small plot of land in South Carolina that they call the Glory Field.
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The Glory Field written by Walter Dean Myers.

Follows a family's two hundred forty-one year history, from the capture of an African boy in the 1750s through the lives of his descendants, as their dreams and circumstances lead them away from and back to the small plot of land in South Carolina that they call the Glory Field.

Glory Field / Walter Dean Myers -- from To be a slave / Julius Lester -- Washed window / Dorothy Canfield Fisher -- Satchel Paige / Bill Littlefield -- We are an old people / Hugo Salazar Tamariz -- Goodbye, Grandma / Ray Bradbury -- Kinsman / Jim Wayne Miller -- Home / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Who can be born black / Mari Evans.

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Large printing Janesville, Wisconsin : Educational Services Center for the Visually Handicapped. 2 volume (360 pages) ; 15 part.

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