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Bloody Kansas

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Author: Farley W. Jenkins, Jr.

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The Reverend Jacob Channing is a man on a mission: To abolish the practice of slavery once and for all. To that end, he leads a settlement of the Kansas Territory, but so does a prominent slave-holding Missourian. As John Brown's raid sets everyone on edge, the battle for Kansas turns bloody. Download this FREE e-book today!

Tierney Nelson

I loved it. I read it for my book of choice in my AP class. Very well written. (:


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