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    REVIEW York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg Rhoda Blumberg á 1 CHARACTERS I never knew this story But I'm so glad that I have read his story York is an extraordinary man that I wish people knew his story I find that this book would work really well in a classroom to give students a different perspective on the Lewis and Clark story The book is wordy but there is a lot of background k

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    ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg Title York’s Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American’s Part of the Great Expedition By Rhoda BlumbergBibliographyBlu

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ NIKEUKTRAINERS.CO.UK á Rhoda Blumberg Rhoda Blumberg á 1 CHARACTERS ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg Most people don't know of the man named York who joined Lewis and Clark on their adventures This is because he was Clark's slave There was much dispute about a slave going on this voyage but Clark had argued that York would be the best addition to his team because of his bravery and strength York was than just Clark's slave; he was his bodyguard and his friend This book was a good nonfiction book in that is was full of factual l

  4. says: ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg

    ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg Isn’t the answer just Lewis and Clark? Who is York? This is a perfect source that shows the flaws within our teachings in history This resourceful nonfiction is a biography of York an African American “body servant” to William Clark Within our almost forgotten detail of our history York played a very important role in the “Lewis and Clark” expedition from 1804 1806 Arguably the main reason for its

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    ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ NIKEUKTRAINERS.CO.UK á Rhoda Blumberg Rhoda Blumberg á 1 CHARACTERS A good clean biography that was interesting to me because I am in the middle of a Lewis and Clarkblack history l

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    ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg With beautiful illustrations the story of York who was born a slave is told Even though he and William Clark grew up and played together in their youth he became the personal “body servant” of Clark When Meriwether Lewis asked William Clark to accompany him to across the continent to the Pacific Ocean Clark bought York with him

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ NIKEUKTRAINERS.CO.UK á Rhoda Blumberg Rhoda Blumberg á 1 CHARACTERS ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg This book is better than a 3 yet I am not sure I would give it a 4 Can't wait to hear what my grandchildren think about it My scoring may change after our discussion My only pause is thoughts are given to York that I am not sure he thought I did learn a lot of history and now want to know about the Lewis and Clark expedition as well as York

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ NIKEUKTRAINERS.CO.UK á Rhoda Blumberg Rhoda Blumberg á 1 CHARACTERS ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg I liked this book It reinforced my knowledge on this subject

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ NIKEUKTRAINERS.CO.UK á Rhoda Blumberg ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg Rhoda Blumberg á 1 CHARACTERS York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great ExpeditionRhoda BlumbergYork’s Adventures with Lewis and Clark by Rhonda Blumberg is about Meriwether Lewis and William Clark’s Great Expedition in the 1800’s The book details the Expedition of Lewis and Clark through the eyes of an African American boy and slave to Clark named York Through the eyes of York the reader learns

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    REVIEW York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ( Summary ) York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition ☆ Rhoda Blumberg READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ NIKEUKTRAINERS.CO.UK á Rhoda Blumberg This was an interesting book for sure I really did enjoy it though It was a great non fiction book It had many cool and interesting facts throughout the book as well I would use this in my classroom if I ever have to add a lesson about Lewis and Clark if I have that subject in my curriculum I will definitely use this book Interest

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OBaby eNformation that Blumberg used to research York and thexpedition A good clean biography that was interesting to me because I am in the middle of a Lewis and Clarkblack good clean biography that was interesting to me because I am in the middle of a Lewis and Clarkblack learning streak but sadly this book was a bit dry and factual I would have rated it higher if I could have considered it a living book It was indeed written by one author who I m sure has a passion for the subjectthe passion just didn t really show through It was meticulously researched though and was a passion for the subjectthe passion just didn t really show through It was meticulously researched though and was a source of information about York I did Nerds enjoy it uite a bitThe book I read just prior to this one is a good living book which included York in the narrative Sacajawea by Joseph Bruchac and which awoke my interest in learning about York So when I spotted York s Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American s Part in the Great Expedition at the library I snatched it up I might go so far as to say that the reading of Sacajawea is a prereuisite to loving this particular bookSo as a supplement to an interest that alreadyxists or for research this is a good resource As a starting point or a family read aloud I would recommend something Zack (Areion Fury MC else Isn t the answer just Lewis and Clark Who is York This is a perfect source that shows the flaws within our teachings in history This resourceful nonfiction is a biography of York an African American body servant to William Clark Within our almost forgotten detail of our history York played a very important role in the Lewis and Clarkxpedition from 1804 1806 Arguably the main reason for its success Though born as a slave in his youth he grew up and played with Clark before officially becoming the personal guard he was known to be As they did almost verything together York had grew into a tall big muscular black man who was an able hunter strong swimmer and a sturdy hiker unuestionably ualified for the risky xpedition In 1803 Meriwether Lewis had asked William Clark to accompany him on an ContamiNation extraordinaryxpedition and risky Taxi ins Glück expedition In 1803 Meriwether Lewis had asked William Clark to accompany him on anxtraordinary xpedition and had agreed Though Clark was uestioned on his decision for a slave to join the voyage working alongside free men he knew that York would be a great asset Throughout the book you learn about York during and after the xpedition There were a lot of given facts but also told logical predictions of the Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas experience because of the lack of recorded accounts It wasxpected that the credibility came from a white man s perspective The Magic Rolling Pin ex Lewis and Clark s journalntries and letters Though I had wished for anything that may have seemed from York I find it very respectable that the author states the lack of sources for his untold story The book represents York s life as accurately as it can through the given sources and social and political state it was in the 1800s Overall I found this book to be an insightful account of York s significant contribution The content was impressive but its Most people don t know of the man named York who joined Lewis and Clark on their adventures This is because he was Clark s slave There was much dispute about a slave going on this voyage but Clark had argued that York would be the best addition to his team because of his bravery and strengt. Men Clark's slave York played an important role in the journey's successThis award winning book draws on xtensive re. This was an interesting book for sure I really did njoy it though It was a great non fiction book It had many cool and interesting facts throughout the book as well I would use this in my classroom if I ver have to add a lesson about Lewis and Clark if I have that SUBJECT IN MY CURRICULUM I WILL DEFINITELY USE THIS in my curriculum I will definitely use this Interesting pictures to go alone with the words as well which made the book jump out ven to me As the sayings go a picture is worth a thousand years Overall this was a good story overall about Lewis and Clark ad their Garden Bouquets and Beyond encounters with other people and other cultures This book falls under non fiction and multicultural Good book overall and a goodducational read Again I will possibly use this book in my own classroom if leaching about Lewis and Clark is in my curriculum Blumberg R 2003 York s adventures with Lewis and Clark The Afr York s Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American s Part in the Great ExpeditionRhoda BlumbergYork s Adventures with Lewis and Clark by Rhonda Blumberg is about Meriwether Lewis and William Clark s Great Expedition in the 1800 s The book details the Expedition of Lewis and Clark through the The Unseen Wonder eyes of an African American boy and slave to Clark named York Through theyes of York the reader learns new information that is not necessarily covered in history classrooms in schools York became a servant for William Clark when William was fourteen years old and York was twelve or thirteen years old Almost twenty

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later in the plans for the Great Expedition star I liked this book It reinforced my knowledge on this subject This book is better than a 3 yet I am not sure I would give it a 4 Can t wait to hear what my grandchildren think about it My scoring may change after our discussion My only pause is thoughts are given to York that I am not sure he thought I did learn a lot of history and now want to know about the Lewis and Clark The Management Bible expedition as well as York With beautiful illustrations the story of York who was born a slave is told Even though he and William Clark grew up and played together in their youth he became the personal body servant of Clark When Meriwether Lewis asked William Clark to accompany him to across the continent to the Pacific Ocean Clark bought York with him York was a great asset to the team because of his strength and stamina He also had great intelligence and trading skills which helped thexpedition through tough times After the Zu schnell expedition was over York did not receive any compensation for his contribution He also did not receive praise and recognition that the white people of thexpedition did This book was an Sleepless (Bird of Stone, excellent accurately described what life was like for York It was clearly stated that he was considered property of the Clark family It also portrayed the tension thatxisted between whites and slaves The whites were always afraid of an uprising and would not allow slaves to own musical instruments for fear that they would use it to communicate with ach other The different Native American tribes they met and interacted with were also incorporated into the story The Endnotes provide sources for the Did you know that an African American man participated in Lewis and Clark's famous xpedition Working alongside free. .

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H York was than just Clark s slave he was his bodyguard and his friend This book was a good nonfiction book in that is was full of factual language that helps give the readers and idea about what Lewis and Clark s journey may have been like Although most of the xperiences are predicted because there are not many recorded accounts of their travels there are also some of Lewis s journal ntries that add credibility to this book However I think that this nonfiction book was somewhat written like that of a textbook It seemed somewhat dry and just presented facts Although this makes it a credible nonfiction book it doesn t make it very appealing for young readers I think that this book would be beneficial for a student to use in a research project about Lewis and Clark s journey or about York yet I don t think it would be a book that a child would pick up to read for fun Title York s Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American s Part of the Great Expedition By Rhoda BlumbergBibliographyBlumberg Rhoda 2004 York s Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American s Part of the Great Expedition New York New York Harperscollins Publishers Annotation This biography tells the story of Clark s slave York who accompanied the Corps of Discovery on their uest to find the Northwest Passage Although York was a slave and brought on the Invisible (The Curse of Avalon expedition against his will he played a major part in the Lewis and Clark Expedition Native Americans were curious about him and that made negotiationsasier Yummy Supper even possible in some cases York s man power and dedication also helped propel the journey along He is often not given credit for all that he did but he is an American Hero Genre BiographyGrade Level 86Readers who will like this book Readers who like biographies history the Lewis and Clark Expeditionxploring or books about African Americans will really njoy this bookPersonal Response and Rating I rate this book a three out of a five It was a good book about I rate this book a three out of a five It was a good book about xcellent topic but I xpected it to be written better The biography was forced to make a lot of logical assumptions and I found the writing to be a bit jarring at times which pulled me out of the story assumptions and I found the writing to be a bit jarring at times which pulled me out of the story Dependent uestion What were several instances during the xpedition when York was treated as someone than a slave What does this say about York s xperience with the Corps of Discovery and how he felt after the xpeditionHow did the author s layout of the book help contribute to your the reader s understanding of the bookThe author used a writing style that incorporated a lot of must haves Drawing on Evolution, Me Other Freaks of Nature evidence from the textxplain why the author did this Find an xample of one of the must
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sentences Do think the sentence is an accurate reflection I never knew this story But I m so glad that I have read his story York is an xtraordinary man that I wish people knew his story I find that this book would work really well in a classroom to give students a different perspective on the Lewis and Clark story The book is wordy but there is a lot of background knowledge that was nice to be reminded of Besides that I would highly recommend this book. Search to give a gripping and insightful account of York's significant contribution to this landmark historical vent. York's Adventures with Lewis and Clark An African American's Part in the Great Expedition
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