9 edition of The Frederick Douglass you never knew found in the catalog.
Explores the childhood, character, and influential events that shaped the life of this former slave who went on to become an abolitionist and advisor to Abraham Lincoln.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 77) and index.
|Statement||by James Lincoln Collier ; [illustrations by Greg Copeland].|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography, Biography.|
|Contributions||Copeland, Greg, ill.|
|LC Classifications||E449.D75 C65 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||2003005251|
Frederick Douglass never knew his birth day and when slavery was done he went to see the Aulds who remained, but no one could enlighten him. I will not tell you all the names of every abolitionist Douglass met because he knew all of his contemporaries. Douglass never knew his father or anything about him except that he was a white man, possibly his master. Douglass’ mother was Harriet Bailey, the daughter of Betsey and Isaac Bailey.
Welcome to the life of Frederick Douglass. Childhood Frederick Bailey was born a slave in Talbot County, Maryland in , though he didn't know it. He never knew his father, except that he was white, and his mother died when he was 7. Along with most other slave children in the area he was raised by one family, which happened to be his. Douglass never knew the accurate identity of his father, Preston had just published Young Frederick Douglass: the depth with which you read the book of Isaiah, Robert Burns and your. I first read the biographical introduction about Frederick Douglass and learned many new things. I knew he wrote a few autobiographies, but I never knew that he spanned them over 40 years of writing and that he lived for close to 80 years. I then read both the preface by Garrison and the letter to Douglass. They were excellent introductions to.
Frederick Douglass was an escaped slave who became a prominent activist, author and public speaker. He became a leader in the abolitionist movement, which . Frederick Douglass (–) fought three great evils in his life: slavery, the subjugation of women, and hatred among humankind.. Born into slavery in and separated from his mother at birth, Douglass never knew his actual birth date. He was moved . Because he never really knew his mother (who was already dead, at this point) nor felt connected with his grandmother, who lived far from him on the plantation, he felt he wasn't leaving anything of value behind when he left for Baltimore. Douglass again indicts the practice of breaking up slave families. Baltimore was a revelation for Douglass.
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