Frederick Douglass Autobiographies

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Frederick Douglass was born in 1818 as a slave and decead in 1895, and an important influence in American abolitionist. At 20 years old he escaped and went on to become a world anti-slavery activist. Frederick Douglass was a 19th century famous orator. Mr Douglass was also known as a writer for his three autobiographies, which were considered important works of the slave tradition as well as classics of American autobiography. He is remembered as the leadar of human rights, anti-slavery movement and one if the first black american to hold a high United State government rank. Throughout is service against slavery he used writing to deliver his message. For about 16 years he edited an influential and inspiring African American newspaper

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