• Scblanch


    June 18, 2018 by Scblanch

    I’m close to winning the wiki builder badge, so exited!

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  • Scblanch


    June 12, 2018 by Scblanch

    Impressive that you created this wiki!

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  • Scblanch

    Samantha History Lover

    June 11, 2018 by Scblanch

    Made my first edit and two pictures, made a mistake but I fixed everything.

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  • Agstar55


    November 22, 2017 by Agstar55

    Hi! I'm new here on Dear America Wiki and I hope that I'll be able to make some good contributions! Thanks to all of you for welcoming me!

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  • Samanthafan09

    Happy Black History Month! I came up with the idea for this blog post, after receiving With the Might of Angels in the mail yesterday. Here's a list of books from Dear America and its spin-offs that feature an African-American lead (and one African since I'm including Nzingha) during important moments in history. In no particular order:

    1. A Picture of Freedom by Patricia C. McKissack

    Short summary: In this book, Clotee, a twelve-year-old slave, secretly teaches herself how to read and write in 1859.
    About the book: The fourth book in the Dear America series, it was published twenty years ago in March 1997. In 1999, the book was adapted into a short film for the HBO Family Channel. It also has been republished several times in the My Story (UK) and Mon Hi…

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