Rosetta, Rosetta, Sit by Me!

Rosetta, Rosetta, Sit by Me!

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In 1848, Rosetta, the nine-year-old daughter of abolitionist Frederick Douglass, becomes the only Black student at Miss Tracy's Female Seminary in Rochester, New York, and while the students are pleased she is there, the faculty is not. Includes facts about Frederick and Rosetta's lives.
Publisher: New York : Marshall Cavendish, [2004], ©2004
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780761451716
0761451714
Branch Call Number: FICTION Wal
Characteristics: 96 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Velasquez, Eric

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Feb 03, 2014

very good book about how hard it was for a colored child to get an education . Today's children are so very fortunate to have the freedom to get an education. .Also about Rosetta's father ,Frederick Douglass, a slave himself , and how he fought for the colored people's freedom of rights .

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