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Building a Dream: Mary Bethune's School…

Building a Dream: Mary Bethune's School (Stories of America)

by Richard Kelso

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This is about story of a teacher name Mary Bethune that though children should learn to read and read to get a better job in the future. She bought land and open a school for black children it was hard to raise the money but she got it done. Ten years after the school opened it turn into the first black high school in Florida. This story shows if you put your hearth and soul into what you believe you can make it happen. Class room around the country should read this story they will learn about hard work.
  mej6971 | Jul 19, 2014 |
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Describes Mary Bethune's struggle to establish a school for black children in Daytona Beach, Florida.

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Describes Mary Bethune's struggle to establish a school for black children in Daytona Beach, Florida.

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