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Taught to read by his owners wife. works in Baltimore as a servant and laborer.
Douglass published "the north star", weekly newspaper in Rochester, New York becomes an eloquent spokesman for emancipation and rights for women.
In 1858 john brown stays with douglass' home in Rochester while planning to encourage a slave revolt. Douglass refuses to support brown and his planned raid on Harpers ferry.
He receives president Lincolns walking stick from Mrs. Lincoln.
he moves to Washington, Dc, and purchases cedar hill, a fifteen acre estate, in 1878.
He died on February 20 at cedar hill after attending a womens rights meeting.
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