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Ten Who Counted
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Title: Ten Who Counted


Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Heritage Music Press
Composer: Gilpin, Greg
Catalog #: 30/2361H
Description: Collection Price: $49.95

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Sometimes history misplaces or forgets important people who dreamed, fought, served, made changes in our lives, and affected historys path. In this exciting new collection/revue, we are introduced through story and song to ten African Americans whose contributions to society, culture, our nation, and the world should be celebrated and never forgotten. Included are: The Soldier  Henry Johnson; The Activist  A. Phillip Randolph; The Journalist  John Russwurm; The Fighter  Jack Johnson; The Singer  Mamie Smith; The Film Maker  Oscar Micheaux; The Politician  P.B.S. Pinchback; The Preacher  Adam Clayton Powell; The Entrepreneur  Madame C.J. Walker; and The Explorer  Matthew Alexander Henson. The narrative script is a terrific teaching tool, providing interesting facts and information about each person and his or her contributions. What a terrific presentation for African American History Month celebrations, and a valuable resource for multicultural and interdisciplinary studies!
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