Prisoner for Liberty

Prisoner for Liberty

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Baker & Taylor
Brief biography of James Forten, an African American boy who participated in the Revolutionary War and was captured by the British.

Baker
& Taylor

Relates how a fifteen-year-old free African American soldier became a prisoner of war on a British warship, earned the respect of the captain by playing marbles with his son, and helped a fellow inmate escape.
Relates how a fifteen-year-old free African-American soldier became a prisoner of war on a British warship, earned the respect of the captain by playing marbles with his son, and helped a fellow inmate escape.

Publisher: Minneapolis : Millbrook Press, c2008
ISBN: 9780822572800
082257280X
Branch Call Number: j Biography F776f, Easy
Characteristics: 48 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Orback, Craig

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