Book Reviews of Two Tickets to Freedom: The True Story of Ellen and William Craft Fugitive Slaves

Two Tickets to Freedom: The True Story of Ellen and William Craft Fugitive Slaves
Two Tickets to Freedom The True Story of Ellen and William Craft Fugitive Slaves
Author: Florence B. Freeman
ISBN-13: 9780872263307
ISBN-10: 0872263304
Publication Date: 4/1999
Pages: 96
Edition: Reprint
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Peter Bedrick Books
Book Type: School & Library Binding
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The story of Ellen Craft, a light-skinned young slave, who disguises herself in men's clothing and poses as a white Southern planter to buy her ticket to freedom.
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An adventurous, dangerous undertaking to escape slavery - excellent reading for all ages.
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Good book.
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This scholastic book is the true story of Willam and Ellen Craft, Fugitive Slaves.
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This is a historical account of two slaves escaping from Georgia before the Civil War. There are lots of names and events mentioned in the story making it a good starting place for more in-depth study of something, like the Underground Railroad.