American Indians And African Americans Of The American Revolution Through Primary Sources

ISBN-10: 1464401888
ISBN-13: 9781464401886
Author: Micklos, John Jr.
Interest Level: 4-7
Publisher: Enslow Publishers

Publication Date: January 2013

Copyright: 2013

Page Count: 48

Series: The American Revolution Through Primary Sources


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Interest Level

Grades 4-7

Reading Level

Guided Reading: S
Lexile: 730L
Accelerated Reader Level: 5.0

BISAC Subjects

YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / People & Places / United States / African American *

YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / People & Places / United States / Native American *

YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / History / United States / Colonial & Revolutionary Periods *

Description
When the American Revolution began, thousands of people rushed to join the fight--on both sides. For many, choosing which side to fight for was difficult. Half a million black slaves lived in the thirteen colonies. About 200,000 American Indians lived on lands east of the Mississippi River. Both groups had much to gain, or lose, depending on which side won the war. Should they support the Americans fighting for independence, or support the British cause? This book explores through primary sources the amazing stories of African Americans and American Indians during the American Revolution.
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