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Back in Time with Cheltenham By Lise Marlowe
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Back in Time with Cheltenham explores the 300 year history of Cheltenham Township, a suburb bordering Philadelphia. Many Cheltenham residents were abolitionists and took an active role in ending... More > slavery. There were many Underground Railroad stops in Cheltenham and wealthy residents who took a stand for freedom.< Less
David Tuck: A Story of Holocaust Survival By Lise Marlowe
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David Tuck was 10 years old when he and his family were rounded up in Poland and sent to concentration camps because he was Jewish. He survived over 5 1/2 years in multiple camps and Lodz Ghetto.
Bringing Beauty into the World: The Life of Harry Somers By Lise Marlowe
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Harry Somers brought beauty into the world by painting peaceful, colorful scenes of a brighter tomorrow. As a young boy, Harry was forced to leave his family and everything he loved behind in Nazi... More > Germany. Even though Harry lost everything in the Holocaust, he didn't live his life with hate. According to Harry, "the more you hate, the more you die." Read about the life of American artist Harry Somers in Bringing Beauty into the World and be inspired by his paintings and words of peace. Film director Erik Angra interviewed Harry during his final days of life and shared his story with Elkins Park School teacher Lise Marlowe. Mrs. Marlowe's 6th grade students were moved by Harry's story and wrote poetry to capture the beauty and struggles in his life.< Less
Renate: The Jewish Child Who Escaped Nazi Germany By Lise Marlowe
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Eight year old Renate tried to escape Nazi Germany when she boarded the S.S. St. Louis with her mother on May 13, 1939. The St. Louis had 938 Jewish passengers including 200 children, many of them... More > under the age of 10. Every passenger on the ship had a legal landing certificate to Cuba but were turned away when they arrived. The captain of the ship pleaded with the United States to take in the Jewish passengers but were told to return to Nazi Germany. The voyage of the St. Louis is one of the most tragic events in human history. Renate: A Jewish child who escaped Nazi Germany is the story of one of the few survivors of the St. Louis.< Less
Frederick Douglass' Dream By Lise Marlowe
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Camp William Penn in La Mott, Pennsylvania was the first official federal training camp for African American soldiers in the Civil War. Over 11,000 men, 40% of them former slaves, walked through the... More > gates of Camp William Penn. Frederick Douglass was the main recruiter of the camp. The camp was on the land of the infamous abolitionist and women's rights suffragist, Lucretia Mott.< Less

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