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Founders Unmasked [True History]by Sabin, Jennifer 

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BTSB #: 774289 Available

Dewey: 973.3092/BAges: 10-14   


Summary: In the summer of 1776, when Thomas Jefferson arrived in Philadelphia to sign the Declaration of Independence, declaring that “all men are created equal,” he wasn’t alone. With him was Robert Hemings, just one of the many Black people Jefferson enslaved. Discover his story and the true history of those who really helped build America.


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Indigenous America [True History]by McDonald, Liam 

Paperback(Penguin Workshop, 2022)

BTSB #: 623426 Available

Dewey: 973.1/NAges: 10-14   


Subjects: Native Americans - North America - History Native Americans - North America


Summary: American schoolchildren have long been taught that their country was "discovered" by Christopher Columbus in 1492. But the history of Native Americans in the United States goes back tens of tens of thousands of years prior to Columbus's and other colonizers' arrivals. So, what's the true history? Indigenous America introduces and amplifies the oral and written histories that have long been left out of American history books.


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Legacy of Jim Crow [True History]by Haynes, Clarence A. 

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Dewey: 323.1196/NAges: 10-14   


Subjects: African Americans - History Racism - United States - History


Summary: In the late nineteenth century, white lawmakers in the United States created a set of policies, collectively called "Jim Crow," that created segregated facilities, like schools and parks, for African Americans in the South. But Jim Crow-type policies didn't just affect the South. These policies have had far-reaching effects across America, impacting where Black people live, how they're treated by the criminal justice system, and how they're portrayed in TV and film.


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New history of immigration [True History]by Backhaus, Jaclyn 

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Dewey: 304.8/NAges: 10-14   


Subjects: Immigrants - United States - History United States - Immigration and emigration - History


Summary: The United States has long been touted as a place where anyone with a little grit and determination could come to pursue the American Dream. But as more walls are erected and borders are closed, is that dream still alive today? A New History of Immigration introduces young readers to alternative histories of immigration beyond Ellis Island and amplifies the voices of marginalized immigrants and their stories of success.


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