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Fredrick doglas

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Birth year and place
Frederick Douglass was born in February, 1818 in Talbot County, MD.

The first time he tried to escape, he failed. The next time he dressed as a sailor and got on a train to freedom.
Fact#1
Frederick wrote several autobiographies including one about his life as a slave.
Fact #3
Douglass' friends and mentors feared that the publicity would draw the attention of his ex-owner, Hugh Auld, who might try to get his "property" back. They encouraged Douglass to tour Ireland, as many former slaves had done.
Fact #4
Douglass and Anna had five children: Rosetta Douglass, Lewis Henry Douglass, Frederick Douglass, Jr., Charles Remond Douglass, and Annie Douglass (died at the age of ten). Charles and Rossetta helped Douglass produce his newspapers.
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Frederick Douglass
Fact #2
Fact #5
On February 20, 1895, Douglass attended a meeting of the National Council of Women in Washington, D.C. During that meeting, he was brought to the platform and received a standing ovation. Shortly after he returned home, Frederick Douglass died of a massive heart attack or stroke.
Contribution to the Civil Rights Movement
He wrote many letters, speeches, etc., and spoke out frequently against slavery.
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