Amos Fortune: Free Man Characters

Elizabeth Yates
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Amos Fortune was an African youth when the book begins, the son of the king. His father ruled a of a village of people, called At-mun-shi. Amos's name in this village was At-mun, however as soon as he was taken captive by the slave hunters, he began to forget this name. At-mun held on to every memory he could, to the memory of his people, of his beloved sister, Ath-mun, and to the fact that he became king at the moment of his father's death during the slaver's raid. At-mun held onto his name, until he was given a new name. The and the memories of his life in Africa began to fade, everything but the remembrance of the word, Ath-mun.

Amos grew into a good man under the care and affection of his first owners, the Copelands. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland taught Amos how to write...

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