- Author:Mark L. Shurtleff
- Publisher:Valor Publishing; 1st edition (November 3, 2009)
- Pages:534 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
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Am I Not a Man? book. His courageous life story is worthy of praise and recognition. Author Mark L. Shurtleff spotlights Dred Scott in this engaging historical novel based on fact, Am I Not a Man?
Am I Not a Man? book. Shurtleff spotlights Dred Scott in this engaging historical novel based on fact, Am I Not a Man? The Dred Scott Story. With a powerful storyline and compelling characters, this story of adventure, courage, love, hatred, and friendship parallels the history of the American nation-from the long night of slavery to the narrow crack of dawn that would ultimately lead to the freedom and equality of all men.
AG Shurtleff opens our eyes to a man who risked it all. A book not to be missed. The storyline is educational and tender, and the topics of the Constitutional guarantees of liberty are again passion-points in America.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 503-507)
Includes bibliographical references (pages 503-507). Dred Scott's inspiring and compelling true story of adventure, courage, love, hatred, and friendship parallels the history of this nation from the long night of slavery to the narrow crack in the door that would ultimately lead to freedom and equality for all men.
Shurtleff, a white author, never lets us forget these black men and women were human beings. He shows the reader that Dred and his wife, Harriet, were loving, caring people
Dred Scott's inspiring and compelling true story of adventure, courage, love, hatred, and friendship parallels the history of this nation from the long night of slavery to the narrow crack in the door that would ultimately lead to freedom and equality for all men"-Cover, p. 2.
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Mark Shurtleff’s new novel, Am I Not A Man? The Dred Scott Story, tell the story of a landmark case in constitutional support for slavery. Dred Scott, his wife and two daughters (one of whom was born in free territory) were taken to a free territory by their master. The legal precedent at the time was once free, always free -if a master took a slave to a free state/territory, they were considered freed, and if they returned to a slave state, they must be released.
Falling to his knees, Dred cried, Ain t I a man? Dred answered his own question by rising and taking his fight to the . From the Inside Flap: An illiterate slave, Dred Scott, trustedin an all-white, slave-owning jury to declare him free.
I am a man. God made us both. Am I Not a Man? by Mark L. Shurtleff. I Am a Man!" has been used as a title for books, plays, and in music and film to assert the rights of all people to be treated with dignity "I Am a Man!" was a foundational reference in Derek DelGaudio's theater show "In & Of Itself. DelGaudio created 1,000 "I AM" cards, each with a different descriptor.
Последние твиты от Mark L. Shurtleff (Shurtleff). Founder Shurtleff Law Firm (UT CA). Former 3 term Utah Attorney General. Author of Dred Scott novel otAMan?. On the night of 10/6/19 Mindy Worley & I were outside the haunted LaLaurie Mansion in New Orleans. Mindy took pics of the 2nd floor. Later we noticed that drapes in 2 windows were parted.