Summary: Historian Scott Reynolds Nelson recounts how he came to discover the real John Henry, an African-American railroad worker who became a legend in the famous song. 64 p., National Geographic.
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Filed under: Not Mock Newbery Tagged: | 2008, African American, non-fiction
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