Short Summary: The Life Of Frederick Douglass

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Frederick Douglass was an African- American former slave, abolitionist, and author. He is best known for escaping slavery, and writing and speaking about it. Slavery was a labor source for blacks specifically to be used, and work for the whites. Less than 12 months, Douglass was separated by his mother due to a slavery rule. It was even a rumor going around saying his master, “Captain” Anthony was his master. Once his mother and master died, Douglass was sent to Thomas Auld (Anthony’s Brother In-Law). Auld’s wife taught him how to read and practice writing. Giving him powerful they refused for him to have. With the help of his soon to be wife, Anna Murray, he was able to disguise himself as a sailor, and flee to New York. Douglass began participating
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