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Frederick Douglass

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Aqsa Khan

on 28 February 2013

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Transcript of Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass Slave to Abolitionist Connection Against slavery/bullying

Don't like when someone makes
us do what we don't want to

Want to fight for rights Author BY: AQSA KHAN 6F At 8 years he went to the plantation Free Free! Frederick Douglass escaped slavery in 1838
He escaped at age of 20
He helped with the Underground Railroad
He worked as handy man at New Bed fort
He Became an abolitionist after that and talked with President Abraham Lincoln to shape the civil war
He gave speeches to free all slaves and let blacks vote
Inspired by William Loyd Garrinson 1841
Gave first speech to mostly white men
Hired as a professional lecturer
First slave abolitionist
He supported the Lincoln administer Biography Opinion Achievements Early Life .-------_---_____-------_

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*mncxvnxhvbhx\vbhvgcxvhgvb [ 5 Born on February 14, 1818, Talbot County, Maryland, United States Died on February 20, 1895, Washington D.C, United States at age of about 77 Real name is Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey Family:1 wife Anna Murray(1838-1882) st 2 wife Helen Pitts(1884-1895) nd Chilren: Lewis Henry Douglass, Annie Douglass, Frederick Douglass Jr., Rosetta Douglass & Charles Remond Douglass His Grandparents: Grandmother Betsey and Grandfather Isaac
Mother: Harriet Bailey
Valentine Baby Everybody beat him a lot everyday (cook...) Where he was a houseboy for Sophia Auld and
Hugh Auld. Sophia taught him how to read and write After she stopped he try and taught himself
One day he fought back to his master Edward Covey
He beat him but Edward declared that he won(lie) after master never beat Frederick again Free Became an abolitionist
Communicated in different ways to explain his thought
Rewarded with appointments as United States marshal
Recorder of the deeds of\for the District of Columbia
Slavery finally extinct...VICTORY! 1865
Speeches of black equality & argued for freedom
Wrote books about his life, gave lectures
Highest non-elective in 19th century
He escaped by taking risk of his life
Continued to protest and argue for the right
Always did what was fair to him and all people
Close to dieing he was the American Minister to Haiti Quotes " Freedom is a right for a citizen"- Frederick Douglass "Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will"- Frederick Douglass

"The soul that is in me no man can degrade" -Frederick Douglass "If there is no struggle, there is no progress"- Frederick Douglass My opinion of Frederick Douglass is....

Worth it because NO one would want to be a slave
Very believing person
Like a role model ! ^_^THANK YOU^_^ !
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