View the Complete Literary
Works of Phillis Wheatley.
Women in History - A Biography
of Phillis Wheatley.
Phillis Wheatley: Precursor of American Abolitionism.
Attention Students! Here's a Fun Exercise
to Test Your Knowledge of Phillis Wheatley.
Read a Letter
From George Washington to Phillis Wheatley - February 28, 1776 -
And iew an Image
of the Actual Letter.
Learn More About the American
Revolution - Including Timeline, Facts, Leaders and the Women
of the Revolution, Including Phillis Wheatley.
Kids, parents and teachers will enjoy reading about
Phillis Wheatley and other historical figures at Liberty's
To learn more about other important women in history,
read The 100 Most Influential Women of All Time: A Ranking Past
and Present by Deborah G. Felder. Citadel Press.
Teachers and Parents - learn more about the era and
culture surrounding Phillis Wheatley's works to share with your
young readers in "Phillis Wheatley and the Black American Revolution"
by Frank Shuffleton, from A Mixed Race: Ethnicity in Early America,
ed. New York: Osford University Press.
To obtain a print copy of the complete poetry of Phillis
Wheatley, try The Poems of Phillis Wheatley by Julian D.
Mason, Jr. University of North Carolina Press.
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