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The Good Book Teach You - Roosevelt Holts - Presenting The Country Blues

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  2. - Write about a dream you recall. If you can't, write about a vivid childhood memory. - Write about a friendship you created with someone from another reservation, state, country. - In Chapter 4 the author integrates past with present in a basketball game. Describe your high school basketball team. Then add a historical player and describe a play.
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  4. Through the guidance of Tommy Johnson, Holts became a prominent blues rocker despite the fact that Holts became physically disabled after he had an accident while he worked at a paper mill job. Babe Stovall played the guitar thru the song Feelin' Sad And Blue and L. H. Lane played the harmonica thru the song The Good Book Teach You.
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  8. This is a good book that gives a rudimentary knowledge of Black History for students. It is full of information and dates that is fitting advanced elementary through high school students. If an adult wants to get a cursory level of Black history from Africa and in the Americas, this would be the book to do so.

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