Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass

From Slavery to Statesman

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Born into slavery, Douglass became an eloquent spokesperson for both black's and women's rights. During and after the Civil War, Douglass became a confidant of presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. Douglass also argued for African Americans to be allowed to join the Union army in the fight for their own freedom.
Publisher: New York : Crabtree Publishing Co., 2010.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (64 pages) : illustrations (some color), map.

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