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Despite the dangers of riding through the Jim Crow South, Bessie Stringfield made history by spending decades riding her motorcycle across the U.S., and eventually became known as the Motor Cycle Queen of Miami. This is her story.
This volume collects stories from early African American History. Each of the eight stories describes an uncelebrated hero or event, teaching readers something new about African American History.
A collection of stories about little known men in African-American history who, despite their life challenges, made great contributions.