:An illustrated story about Amanda Smith.
“What do you mean you aren’t harboring a runaway!” the men screamed.
My brothers and sisters and I had been sleeping in a pallet on the floor. The men burst in, trampling us children. We woke up wide-eyed to see the men surrounding Father, punching him. Terrified, we were crying and screaming. Mother was holding the baby, but she leaped to her feet to try to help Father.
Born in 1837 to slaves in Maryland, this woman of color went on to influence the holiness movement. Read this story of her family who longed to be set free. Watch as they give what they could to help others be free also.
This illustrated story about Amanda Smith has beautiful pictures and is perfect for use in the classroom, Sunday School, or even around family devotions.