4 edition of A Williamsburg household found in the catalog.
A Williamsburg household
Focuses on events in the household of a white family and its black slaves in Colonial Williamsburg in the eighteenth century.
|Statement||by Joan Anderson ; photographed by George Ancona.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Anderson, Joan. A Williamsburg Household. Photographed by Ancona, George. New York: Clarion Books. ISBN: American University Library Call # Genre: Historical Fiction Social Issues: Slavery and Inequality in A Williamsburg household book Times; the stark difference between the lives of white slave owners and their slaves/5(4).
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His work has earned numerous honors, including a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book Award and the New York Academy of Science Award. The highly acclaimed American Family Farm, an ALA Notable Book, was the first book he illustrated for Harcourt :// A Williamsburg Household by Joan Anderson: Life in the Colonies.
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