6 edition of Day of tears found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.L5629 Da 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||2005298043|
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Slaves on Master Butler’s Plantation (Georgia) Emma: During the time of the Day of Tears, Emma is twelve years old. Her mother, Mattie, and her father, Will, are house servants for the Butler Plantation.
Emma plays a motherly role in Frances and Sarah Butler’s lives, since their mother lives in the :// Chapter 12 Summary: “Philadelphia” A year later, Emma and Joe walk around Philadelphia, noticing how differently black people dress and how differently the whites treat them, compared to in the South.
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The book, presented in dialogue, is a fictional account of a real historical event, the largest slave auction in American history. The auction took place after Pierce Butler, a wealthy plantation owner with a gambling problem, was forced to sell off over slaves in The Butler Plantation in Julius Lester's Day of Tears is a Georgian plantation producing rice, cotton, and other goods.
Lester's fictional plantation is based on the real-life plantation of South Carolina senator and United States founding father Pierce Butler.
Master Butler is the owner of the Butler plantation. He has two daughters, Sarah and Frances, by his estranged ex-wife, Fanny Kemble On a day when rain came down “hard as sorrow,” George Weems sets out to sell more slaves at one time than anyone ever had.
Pierce Butler must sell off hundreds of slaves to cover gambling debts and year-old Emma is one of his victims. Named after Lester’s grandmother, whose mother was a slave, Emma is part of a large cast of characters—slaves, owners, businessmen and abolitionists Day of Tears tells the story of this slave auction and its impact from the perspective of several participants.
These participants include slaves, slave owners, and the auctioneer. "Tiffany | 12/7/" Books like this are hard to comment it.
I liked the book but By:Daisy Baeza Soon as the slave-seller called the name of the first slave he was going to put up for sale, the gray clouds turned black as a burned log. Lightning so bright flashed across the face of heaven, my eyes trembled in the sockets.
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Emma wants to raise the girls to have good hearts, as a rift over slavery has ripped the Butler household Written by Julius Lester, Audiobook narrated by Sisi Aisha Johnson, Lizan Mitchell, Marc D.
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The largest slave auction in U.S. history took place on March 2 and 3, Over human lives were sold, tearing apart families and ?tid= Author Julius Lester carefully and intentionally leads us through the story of the "Day of Tears," the largest sale of human beings every recorded.
Lester weaves together historical fact and beautiful, personal stories of fictional characters, whose experiences mirror those of so many enslaved individuals during one of the darkest periods of our country's history.
The main characters in this When gambling debts and greed enter into the Butler household, Pierce Butler decides to host the biggest slave auction in American history and breaks a promise by selling Emma, his most-valued slave and caretaker of his children--a decision that brings about unthinkable consequences.
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