Frederick Douglass in His Own Words

Frederick Douglass in His Own Words

Author - Nicole Shea

Frederick Douglass in His Own Words
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Frederick Douglass began his life as a slave and, after his daring escape, became a famous abolitionist and women's rights supporter.

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15-30 mins
30
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 English
 9781433998997

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