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Many voices : true tales from America's past / The National Storytelling Association ; [project director and editor, Mary C. Weaver].

Publication:
Jonesborough, Tenn. : National Storytelling Press, 1995. , ©1995.
Format/Description:
Book
ix, 206 pages : illustrations, map ; 26 cm
Subjects:
United States -- History -- Anecdotes -- Juvenile literature.
Childrens subjects:
United States -- History -- Anecdotes.
Storytelling -- Collections.
Place of Publication:
United States Tennessee Jonesborough.
Summary:
Includes thirty-six stories, based on facts, describing people and events from over three hundred years of American history.
Contents:
1643 Anne Hutchinson / Jonathan Kruk
1680 The man who would not change his name / Judith Kinter
1758 Ticonderoga / Joseph Bruchac
1777 Lydia Darragh / Jack Briggs
1780 Gone to war / Lucinda Flodin
1805 Sacagawea's story / Michael Carney
1806 A love story / Ruth Stotter
1838 Tsali: Cherokee hero of the Smoky Mountains / Ducan Sings-Alone
1850 Tom Stowe / Paul Leone
1851 Katherine Lesperance
1856 Willie and handcart boy / John L. Beach
1858 Pioneering spirit: The story of Julia Archibald Holmes / John Stansfield
1861 Why Lincoln grew a beard / Lucille Breneman
1863 A cold night / R. Craig Roney.505 0 0 (Cont.) 1865 The story of Wilmer McLean / Mike T. Mullen
1869 The Cardiff giant / Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss
1873 Wild Bill Hickok in Springfield / Richard Alan Young and Judy Dockrey Young
1881 Inspector Walsh and Sitting Bull / Marie Anne McLean
1885 Aunt Clara Brown / Kay Negash
1887 Launching a scientist: Robert Goddard's first attempt at Rocketry / Kendall Haven
1890 The year of the turnip in Oklahoma / Fran Stallings
1892 Zayde's trunk / Karen Golden
1904 Scott Joplin: Master of ragtime / Bobby Norfolk
1910 The courage of Ed Pulaski / Jim Cogan
1911 The laundry man who overthrew the Qing Dynasty / Charlie Chin
1914 Staecoach Mary / Sharon Y. Holley
1914 The horse that went to war / Sheila Dailey
1915 Say goodbye to Papa: The Regina Sinreich Barton story / Annette Harrison.505 0 0 (Cont.) 1929 Rider on an orphan train / David Massengill
1941 The herring shed / Jay O'Callahan
1944 Rosie the riveter / Judith Black
1945 Such things to write about / Paul Q. Lipman and Doug Limpman
1966 The garbage story / Susan "Supe" O'Halloran
1971 An orange / Joel ben Izzy
1987 Snapshot, 1944 / David Mas Masumoto
1989 Precious freedom / Hanna Bandes Geshelin.
Notes:
" ©1995 by the National Storytelling Association"--verso of title page.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
Kislak Center Banks Collection copy presented to the Penn Libraries in 2018 by Joanna Banks.
Penn Provenance:
Banks, Joanna (donor) (Banks Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
1995
Contributor:
Weaver, Mary C., editor.
National Storytelling Association (U.S.), publisher.
Joanna Banks Collection of African American Books (University of Pennsylvania)
Joanna Banks Collection of African American Children's Books (University of Pennsylvania)
ISBN:
1879991179
OCLC:
32745576
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