Slavery In America AND My Mammy's Soul Food Cookbook [NOOK Book]

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WOW! Polly Ann Lewis has done it again! As a writer of amazing adventurous history of different countries and culture of far-away-lands and delicious recipe books and cookbooks that match each country, she has come home to America and written a fantastic book about ...
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Overview

Slavery In America AND My Mammy's Soul Food Cookbook is available on your Nook or you can download it to your computer with Barnes and Noble's FREE Nook application for PC.

WOW! Polly Ann Lewis has done it again! As a writer of amazing adventurous history of different countries and culture of far-away-lands and delicious recipe books and cookbooks that match each country, she has come home to America and written a fantastic book about something close to all our hearts and has answered the many questions we have pondered for years on: Slavery In America.

What do you think about when you hear the word Slavery? Does your mind go back to the old plantations when Slaves were used to plant and harvest crops for a harsh Slave owner? Did you think that Slavery started in America? Do you know what year Slavery started around the world? Do you know what slavery was like in the Colonial times? Do you know how slavery was handled after the Revolutionary War? Do you know the name of the colony that was made into a country especially for the slave to go to and settle in? Do you want to know if there were any slaves in Canada and how they were treated? Do you think the Civil War was really about slavery? Were the slaves really free after the Civil War? Would you like to have a book where you could read and research how the era of the Absolution Movement began and when, The Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, The 13th, 14th, and 15 amendments transcribed in full and unabridged, how the slaves were treated on the slave ships, the Slave ships by name, the awesome life and times of the greatest black leader in the world, Martin Luther King, Jr., and discover the life of our wonderful amazing President, Barack Obama, and learn what he has and is doing for America? Are you interested in the role Great Britain played in slavery? Do you have any idea how the Slaves in America were caught and sold as Slaves? Do you think the movie; "Gone With The Wind" was a true depiction of the old south and her Slaves? Do you want to learn just how the slave family in America worked on a plantation?

Have at your fingertips the delicious scrumptious soul foods in the My Mammy's Soul Food Cookbook. Yummy! Delicious! Scrumptious! Mouthwatering! Soul Food! Old Southern Cooking just like Mammy cooked! All recipes come from an old recipe cookbook from Mammy's Soul Food Cookbook!

Learn all about BLACK HISTORY and BLACK HISTORY MONTH, and the amazing talented people that paved the road for success for so many!

This book is both informational and educational and contains the following:
Chapter One
Slavery Where Did Slavery Get Its Beginnings?
Slavery In Ancient Times
The Slave Trade Begins
Chapter Two
Slavery In America
The Slaves In Early Africa
Slavery In Colonial Times
Slavery After The Revolution
Slavery Begins To Grow
Slave Life Aboard The Slave Ships And Names Of Slave Ships
The Working Slave Family
Chapter Three
The Abolition Movement In The United States
Did Slavery Really Cause The Civil War?
After The Civil War Were The Slaves Really Free?
Famous African Americans And Black History
The Arrival Of The King Martin Luther King, Jr.
Words Of Life And Freedom By Martin Luther King, Jr.
Our President Barack Hussein Obama II
The Emancipation Proclamation
The Gettysburg Address By Abraham Lincoln
United States Constitution Amendments 13, 14, And 15 Full And Unabridged
Amendment 19 Women Are Finally Given The Right To Vote
Chapter Four
My Mammy's Soul Food Cookbook
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Baked Ham With Pineapple
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Collard Greens
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Cornbread With Fatback
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Cornmeal Mush Fried
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Corn Pone
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Cracklin' Bread
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Fried Chicken
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Fried Pork Chops
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Fried Brown Gravy
My Mammy's Soul Food Southern Fried Perch From The Creek
And Many More!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013892446
  • Publisher: Around the World Cookbooks Of The World
  • Publication date: 3/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 411,998
  • File size: 51 KB

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  • Posted March 13, 2013

    If you want to know all about slavery and how it began, this boo

    If you want to know all about slavery and how it began, this book is for you!  I didn't know who started slavery
    and you are going to be greatly surprised when you find out.  It is not who your school told you and the man who
    started slavery is touted as being one of the greatest men in American history.  Don't miss out on this informative book on slavery 
    and one of the best  soul food cookbooks in the world today.  I highly recommend this book to you as one of the best on slavery there is.

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