Cobblestone

Getting Started

The death and destruction that took place during the American Civil War (1861–1865) was staggering. An estimated 720,000 people died. Cities, farms, and homes were ruined. The devastation made people wonder: After four years of war, how could Northerners and Southerners ever live and work together again? And

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Fannie Lou HAMER
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Taking A Stand
This month’s mystery hero was a white woman who supported civil rights for African Americans at a time when it was dangerous to do so. Especially in segregated Alabama, where our hero lived. Our young hero was born in Montgomery in 1914. She was th