5 edition of Freedom"s Door found in the catalog.
January 12, 2007
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
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At Freedom's Door rescues from obscurity the identities, images, and long-term contributions of black leaders who helped to rebuild and reform South Carolina after the Civil War. In seven essays, the contributors to the volume explore the role of African Americans in government and law during Reconstruction in the Palmetto State.5/5(2).
Americans Knocking at Freedom’s Door is a uniquely American heritage of religious freedoms and government of and by the people. The author, Bernie Lee “Yoder” Smith-DeBoe, presents a conversational discussion and a historical exploration of our Christian roots.4/5(3).
Unlocking Freedom's Door is an inspiring historical novel that offers a fascinating glimpse into the lives of two real and remarkable people during the early days of the Civil War.5/5(4). At Freedom's Door 1st Edition by Malcolm Lyall Darling (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN.
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This Book’s Categories. History; Subscribe. Sign up for our newsletter for a chance to win $50 in. Beyond the Freedoms Door book Door is the engaging true story of Ali Master, a Pakistani Muslim who immigrates to the United States to attend college and discovers five transformational freedoms along the way: the freedom to fail and start over, to love, to choose one’s faith, to be an entrepreneur, and to self-govern/5(62).
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Door to Freedom is a thought provoking and eye-opening book, even convicting. Its written in a style appropriate for YA readers, yet its themes are serious. Door to Freedom takes up where Side by Side ended, and is drawn from Jana Kelleys personal experiences while living in Islamic Sudan and the Middle East, making it extremely relevant/5.
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Because this is the second book by B.A. Paris that I could not put down.4/5(K). AT FREEDOM’S DOOR. African American Founding Fathers and Lawyers in Reconstruction South Carolina. Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.
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I read it feverishly in a space of a few days but the emotional /5(K). Okay, Franzen does deal with freedom as a theme here and there, but the book should probably have been titled Dysfunction, and man, is it full of that in spades.
Structurally, this novel packs more subplots and minor characters into its pages than a Dickens s: K. Among The Hidden was written by Margaret Peterson Haddix, this is a fiction book. This book had a lot of parts that made me stare into the book. The word hidden in the title has a lot to do with what occurs in the book, actually the book revolves around the word hidden.4/5(K).
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Americans Knocking at Freedom's Door. by Bernie Lee (Yoder) Smith-DeBoe. BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON In her book, Smith-DeBoe provides a broad historical perspective in an attempt to capture the nation’s core character, or the “American DNA.” She begins with biblical history—with special emphasis on the story of Noah’s Ark—and traces.
Door to Freedom: A Contemporary Novel Paperback – March 6, by Jana Kelley (Author)/5(45). Unlocking Freedom’s Door In the early years of the Civil War, Mary Peake teaches the slave children of Hampton to read and write, risking brutal punishment for violating Virginia law.
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Pair your reading of The Four Doors with one of Richard Paul Evans’s novels, or with Return from Tomorrow by George G. Ritchie, a book that had a profound influence on Evans. As a personal goal or a book club endeavor, take up Evans’s challenge that great things can happen in the spare moments of our lives/5(14).The Spook Who Sat by the Door (), by Sam Greenlee, is the fictional story of Dan Freeman, the first black CIA officer, and of the CIA's history of training persons and political groups who later used their specialised training in gathering intelligence, political subversion, and guerrilla warfare against the CIA.
The novel has been described as "part thriller, part satire and part social.