Young Heroes in World History

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YOUNG HEROES IN WORLD HISTORY

Robin Kadison Berson

Greenwood Press Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Bibliography xv
  • Melba Pattillo Beals - (December 7, 1941-) 1
  • Bibliography 17
  • Nellie Bly - (Elizabeth Jane Cochrane) (May 5, 1864-January 27, 1922) 19
  • Bibliography 32
  • Vladimir Bukovsky - (December 30, 1942) 33
  • Bibliography 46
  • Mairí Chisholm - (February 26, 1896-?) 47
  • Marianne Cohn - (1924-July 8, 1944) 63
  • Bibliography 75
  • Charles Eastman (ohiyesa) - (1858-1939) 77
  • Bibliography 86
  • Olaudah Equiano (1745-March 31, 1797) 89
  • Bibliography 100
  • Nathan Hale (June 6, 1755-September 22, 1776) 103
  • Bibliography 120
  • Prateep Ungsongtham Hata - (August 9, 1952) 123
  • Helmuth HÜbener - (January 8, 1925-October 27, 1942) 135
  • Bibliography 143
  • Daniel K. Inouye - (September 7, 1924) 145
  • Bibliography 161
  • Chai Ling - (April 15, 1966) 163
  • Bibliography 179
  • Sybil Ludington - (April 5, 1761--February 26, 1839) 181
  • Bibliography 191
  • JosÉ MartÍ - (January 28, 1853-May 19, 1895) 193
  • Bibliography 207
  • Iqbal Masih - (1982-April 16, 1995) 209
  • Bibliography 222
  • Arne Sejr - (January 31, 1922) 223
  • Emma Tenayuca - (December 1916) 249
  • Bibliography 260
  • APPENDIX: YOUNG HEROES BY GENDER, CENTURY, AND NATIONALITY 263
  • Index 265
  • About the Author 271
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