Henry's Freedom Box!!!

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  • EXPOSITION
  • Henry is a slave, the king and queen are the slave OWNERS. They are at the factory. Henry's life is full of work.
  • "Henry worked in his new master's factory. ... If you made a mistake, the boss would beat you."
  • INCITING INCIDENT
  • MARKET
  • Henry meets Nancy, at a market, before getting married.
  • "Henry was lonely. One day he met Nancy, who was shopping for her mistress."
  • RISING ACTION
  • When Nancy and Henry get married, they have kids. They are in their house.
  • "Months later, Henry asked Nancy to be his wife. ... Soon there was a little baby. Then another. And another."
  • CLIMAX!!!
  • NOOOOOOOOOO!!!
  • Nancy and the kids are being sold for money. The bus is the carriage or cart that they were being taken away on.
  • "His friend James came into the factory. He whispered to Henry, 'Your wife and children were just sold at the slave market.'" ... "'No!' cried Henry."
  • FALLING ACTION!
  • I know I can hide in a box and ship myself to another country. I will be free and will have an easier life.
  • He talks to Dr. Smith about getting shipped to Pennsylvania so he won't have to be a slave anymore. Henry burns his hand to get an excuse to be absent of doing work.
  • Henry talks to the doctor about getting shipped to another country so he wont have to be a slave anymore. Henry burns his hand.
  • That is a good idea.
  • That's not a good idea.
  • "He asked Dr. Smith and James to help him. ... 'I will mail myself to a place where there are no slaves.!'"
  • RESOLUTION!
  • YAY! I'M FREE!
  • When Henry arrives in Philadelphia on March 30, 1849, Dr. Smith opens the box and says "you're free!"
  • When Henry arrives at the new country on 3/30/1849. The doctor opens the box and says "you are free!"
  • "'Welcome to Philadelphia!' At last Henry had a birthday."
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