Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass
By karlarosete, Updated
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Harriet Bailey was too young to work in the fields. His job was to keep the chickens out of the garden.
At dinner, They fed us boilded cornmeal. It was placed in a large wooden tray and set on the ground. Then they called the children to eat. There was never enough.
His master, Ms. Auld learn Frederick to read but then Her heart became stone. and if she saw me reading she would snatch it from my hands.
I was about 14 when I was spent back to the plantation. My new master was very cruel. He kept us slaves hungry.
One day, Mr. Covey decided to teach me a lesson.He came into the stable with a long rope. He pushed me down and tried to tie me up.
In september 3, 1838 He was a free man.
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