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