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Frederick Douglass

Leader of the Abolitionist Movement

(African Americans) Primary Source Readers

by Melissa Carosella

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Explore the extraordinary life of Frederick Douglass and his transition from slave to freed man. Born as a slave in 1818, Douglass endured many hardships, including being separated from his family when he was a young child. Throughout his life, Douglass struggled to become a freed man and risked his life to fight for equality for all people. He worked hard to become literate and eventually published his own autobiography. Douglass became friends with influential people, like President Lincoln, who helped Douglass work to achieve freedom for slaves. After the Civil War, Douglass continued to fight for the equality of women and immigrants. Today, Douglass is remembered as a famous orator, author, editor, and statesman who made America a better place for all people.


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Publisher: Shell Education
Edition: Unabridged

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  • ISBN: 9781433359200
  • File size: 9446 KB
  • Release date: August 29, 2012
  • Duration: 00:19:34

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  • ISBN: 9781433359200
  • File size: 9446 KB
  • Release date: August 29, 2012
  • Duration: 00:19:34
  • Number of parts: 1

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Explore the extraordinary life of Frederick Douglass and his transition from slave to freed man. Born as a slave in 1818, Douglass endured many hardships, including being separated from his family when he was a young child. Throughout his life, Douglass struggled to become a freed man and risked his life to fight for equality for all people. He worked hard to become literate and eventually published his own autobiography. Douglass became friends with influential people, like President Lincoln, who helped Douglass work to achieve freedom for slaves. After the Civil War, Douglass continued to fight for the equality of women and immigrants. Today, Douglass is remembered as a famous orator, author, editor, and statesman who made America a better place for all people.


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  • Details

    Publisher:
    Shell Education
    Edition:
    Unabridged

    OverDrive Listen audiobook
    ISBN: 9781433359200
    File size: 9446 KB
    Release date: August 29, 2012
    Duration: 00:19:34

    MP3 audiobook
    ISBN: 9781433359200
    File size: 9446 KB
    Release date: August 29, 2012
    Duration: 00:19:34
    Number of parts: 1

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  • Formats
    OverDrive Listen audiobook
    MP3 audiobook
  • Languages
    English