Reader's Theater Henry's Freedom Box Script

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Incorporate this Reader's Theater into your language arts or social studies curriculum to teach bout the Underground Railroad and slavery.

This picture book tells the true story of a well-known runaway slave from Virginia, Henry "Box" Brown, and his daring escape to freedom from slavery during the mid-1800s. Henry must endure separation from his family, yet again, for they are suddenly sold in the slave market. With the help from a white abolitionist and the Underground Railroad, Henry mails himself to Philadelphia in a wooden crate in order to obtain freedom. The story concludes as Henry is safely delivered to Philadelphia on March 30th, 1849, his first day of freedom.

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4
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Reader's Theater Henry's Freedom Box Script
Reader's Theater Henry's Freedom Box Script
Reader's Theater Henry's Freedom Box Script