Suggested Reading:


"Dred and Harriet Scott: Their Family Story"

By Ruth Ann Hager


"The Dred Scott Case:  Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Race and Law"

By Dr. David Konig


"They Have No Rights"

By Walter Erhlich


“The Dred Scott Case: It’s Significance in Law and Politics”

By the Late Don E. Fahrenbacher


“Civil War St. Louis”

By Dr. Louis S. Gerteis


"Dred Scott v. Sandford: A Brief History With Document"

By Dr. Paul Finkelman


"Dred Scott's Advocate: A Biography of Roswell M. Field"

By Kenneth C. Kaufman


"Lincoln and Chief Justice Taney: Slavery, Secession and the Presidential War Powers"

By James F. Simon

"Dred and Harriet Scott: A Family's Struggle For Freedom"

By Gwenyth Swain

"Dred Scott Activity and Coloring Book"

By Lynne M. Jackson

Great-Great Granddaughter


“Mrs. Dred Scott”

By Lea VanderVelde

“Am I Not a Man”

By Mark Shurtleff

"Speak Right On: Dred Scott: A Novel"

By Mary E. Neighbour

"I, Dred Scott"

By Shelia P. Moses

"George Washington Carver:

His Life and Faith in His Own Words"

By William Federer

"Slavery and the Making of America"

By James Oliver Horton and Lois E. Horton


"The Amazing Grace of Freedom:

The Inspiring Faith of William Wilberforce, the Slaves' Champion"

By Ted Baehr, Susan Wales, and Ken Wales


"Up From Slavery"

By Booker T. Washington

"Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome"

By Dr. Joy DeGruy-Leary