Frederick Douglass's Childhood

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“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” (Frederick Douglass). Frederick Douglass was born into slavery, he escaped slavery, then became an abolitionist. Frederick Douglass changed how we saw the world. Frederick Douglass had a hard early life. He was born into slavery, his mom was black but his father is known but most likely his father is his white master. His birth date is unknown but Frederick always celebrated it on February 14th. He worked with his mom until he was about ten years old. His mom had died when he was ten. He then was sent to Baltimore. To sum it up, Frederick Douglass had a hard complicated childhood. Frederick Douglass was sent to a Baltimore plantation. He worked there for a little while then he escaped.
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