In Sherman's Path

A CIVIL WAR SESQUICENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY NOVEL Twelve year old orphan, Henry Akinson, lives in Georgia It is in the autumn of 1864 during the time of Sherman s March to the Sea from Atlanta to Savannah Henry carries out some dangerous missions for a plantation owner who has offered to protect him, but instead he is put directly in the path of Sherman s looters and forageA CIVIL WAR SESQUICENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY NOVEL Twelve year old orphan, Henry Akinson, lives in Georgia It is in the autumn of 1864 during the time of Sherman s March to the Sea from Atlanta to Savannah Henry carries out some dangerous missions for a plantation owner who has offered to protect him, but instead he is put directly in the path of Sherman s looters and foragers Through it all, Henry develops a relationship with a slave family His interactions with them challenge his previously held attitudes and beliefs about slaves He is forced to consider what equality really means, and he learns that true honor and courage have nothing to do with the color of one s skin.It is a compelling story that brings the dangers and realities of the Civil War alive for young readers, and a powerful and effective way to engage them when learning about history, particularly relevant during these Civil War anniversary years.
In Sherman s Path A CIVIL WAR SESQUICENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY NOVEL Twelve year old orphan Henry Akinson lives in Georgia It is in the autumn of during the time of Sherman s March to the Sea from Atlanta to Savanna

  • Title: In Sherman's Path
  • Author: Jeffrey Spieles
  • ISBN: 9780898248593
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
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