Frederick Douglass: Leader Against Slavery
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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
Review: Frederick Douglass: Fighter Against SlaveryUser Review - Hillary - Goodreads
This book tells about the life of Frederick Douglas - where he grew up, how he eventually ran away from slavery, and then how he fought for the rights of African Americans until the day that he died. Read full review