William Lloyd Garrison's View Of Slavery

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William Lloyd Garrison felt he was destined to do great “things”. William Lloyd Garrison was very Christian, and his father abandoned him at the age of two. He arrived in Boston at the age of twenty-two, and was mortified of how slaves were treated. This is when he thought his cause in life was to end slavery, and he believed that God was calling for him to do the right thing (The Abolitionists).
Frederick Douglass witnessed his first view of slavery at only the age of six. He watched a black woman get whipped, and the louder she screamed the more the man whipped her and hit her harder (The Abolitionists). Frederick Douglass was born in Talbot County, Maryland. He did not know who his father was, but it was rumored it was his master. Frederick
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