Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass

Leader Against Slavery

Book - 2002
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Despite being a slave, Frederick Douglass learned to read and write. At age 21, he escaped from slavery and created a new life for himself as a free man. Intelligent and charismatic, Douglass became the leading voice against slavery in the 1800s. There is no way a nation can call itself free and accept slavery, he said. The McKissacks' lively, easy-to-read text highlights the importance of this internationally known author and orator.
Publisher: Berkeley Heights, NJ : Enslow Pub., c2002
Characteristics: 32 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Edition: Rev. ed
ISBN: 076601696X
Call Number: J B DOUGLASS:F MCKISSACK

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