In book Number 2, the dedication to the ancestors of three of the thirteen colonial states -Georgia, Maryland and Virginia. Even though some slaves in Georgia celebrate May 15, in Maryland, April 22 and Virginia, July 4 or other dates for emancipation, however, for this work all former slaves will celebrate June 19th, Juneteenth.
The Book Series were developed to show appreciation of the hard work of our ancestors who fought for hundred of years to be in America in 1865. Also, for the hard work of Mrs. Opal Lee gave to get a National holiday signed into Law in 2021.
In this book, slave narratives chilling interviews of given on the many accounts of bad treatments of slaves after many years of praying, groaning and begging God to forgive their capturers, God granted the slaves freedom in America. Before the birth of Jesus Christ, the Israelites spent 433 years in slavery. The African-American ex-slaves were able to set up church and educational institutions after 200 or more years of slavery. Due to slave trades and auction blocks, the slaves did not have the same bonds as the Israelites. Ex-slaves were able to set-up colleges in 1895. For more than 200 years, the slaves were forbidden to learn how to read and write or go to school with white people who were considered blessed and entitled.
African-American inventors and inventions are included. The genius of the slaves and former slaves can be seen.