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Frederick "Bailey" was upset working as a slave and came up with a new plan to escape after his first attempt had failed.
So he disguised himself as a sailor and borrowed fake papers of citizenship from another person, and boarded a train. He wasn't sure if it would work.
But it worked fortunately, and now Frederick was on his way to the North.
Now, Frederick had made it to the North, and he was ready to start a new, free life.
But he still had to hide from slave catchers until he finally saved enough money to buy his liberty.
Frederick later changed his last name from Bailey to "Douglass", and published an autobiography in 1845 of his life. It included the beginning of his life as a "free man", and how he became the famous abolitionist we know of now.
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