Frederick Douglass: Leader Against Slavery
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jessica_haynes - LibraryThing
Despite being a slave, Frederick Douglass (1818?–1895) learned to read and write. At age 21, he escaped from slavery and created a new life for himself as a free man. Intelligent and charismatic ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rdthomps - LibraryThing
This book chronicles the life of Frederick Douglass, who was born a slave yet as he grew older became one of the most powerful voices against the institution of slavery. The book is a biography, and ... Read full review