Proudly Red and Black: Stories of African and Native Americans
Katz's Black Indians described for older readers what was known about relationships between African Americans and Native Americans. Now he and Franklin tell younger readers the stories of six brave and interesting black Indians, including Edmonia Lewis, sculptress, and Robert Smalls, U.S. senator. Photos.
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