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Valerie Still is a direct descendent of abolitionist William Still, considered by many as the "Father of the Underground Railroad." Still's youth book series is a sensitive and riveting historical narrative of her proud and diverse family that overcomes the scourge of slavery and demonstrates triumph through adversity. Readers learn about the Underground Railroad, a lifesa Valerie Still is a direct descendent of abolitionist William Still, considered by many as the "Father of the Underground Railroad." Still's youth book series is a sensitive and riveting historical narrative of her proud and diverse family that overcomes the scourge of slavery and demonstrates triumph through adversity. Readers learn about the Underground Railroad, a lifesaving network of courageous Americans who alter history by challenging the institution of slavery. This series is based on three books written by or about Still descendants:1) Underground Railroad (1872) by William Still 2) Early Recollections and Life of Dr. James Still (1877) by James Still and 3) The Kidnapped and the Ransomed (1856) by Kate E. R. Pickard In volume one, readers meet Levin and Sidney, born into slavery during the American Revolution. Their story is one of perseverance, struggle and triumph which extends into the 21st century.


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Valerie Still is a direct descendent of abolitionist William Still, considered by many as the "Father of the Underground Railroad." Still's youth book series is a sensitive and riveting historical narrative of her proud and diverse family that overcomes the scourge of slavery and demonstrates triumph through adversity. Readers learn about the Underground Railroad, a lifesa Valerie Still is a direct descendent of abolitionist William Still, considered by many as the "Father of the Underground Railroad." Still's youth book series is a sensitive and riveting historical narrative of her proud and diverse family that overcomes the scourge of slavery and demonstrates triumph through adversity. Readers learn about the Underground Railroad, a lifesaving network of courageous Americans who alter history by challenging the institution of slavery. This series is based on three books written by or about Still descendants:1) Underground Railroad (1872) by William Still 2) Early Recollections and Life of Dr. James Still (1877) by James Still and 3) The Kidnapped and the Ransomed (1856) by Kate E. R. Pickard In volume one, readers meet Levin and Sidney, born into slavery during the American Revolution. Their story is one of perseverance, struggle and triumph which extends into the 21st century.

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