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Frederick Douglass - by Hannah and Joana
Transcript of Frederick Douglass - by Hannah and Joana
Frederick Douglass' contributes were that he worked on the Under Ground Railroad.
Frederick Douglass' geographical settings were Maryland, and Massachusetts because he moved there to give a speech to the Anti-Slavery Society,and he was born in Maryland.
In every day life he had to work hard because he was a slave.
Every Day Life
Some of his character traits were diligence,cooperation,tolerance,liberty, justice and freedom of expression. He showed diligence because he worked hard when he was a slave. He cooperated with