Frederick Douglass

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  • Early Life
  • Escaping from Slavery
  • Protests
  • Frederick Douglass (Fully named Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey) was born February of 1818. He is an African American male. He was born in Talbot Maryland, where his mother was a slave. He was then a slave to. At a young age he thought himself how to read and write.
  • Death
  • At age 19 Frederick was still a slave. By age 20 he had enough, and decided to escape. He took a train to New York where he started a new life. A few years earlier he had attempted to escape but was betrayed by a fellow slave. This time is achieved success.
  • Recap
  • After escaping slavery Frederick Douglass went on to be a civil rights activist. He spent many years protesting for African American fights
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  • Frederick Douglass
  • Frederick Died on February 20th, 1895 from a massive heart attack. He was buried at Mount Hope cemetery in Rochester, New York. He was 77 years old, and lived a long life.
  • From Life to Death Frederick Douglass contributed a lot to the African American race. He held many protests, to get the rights he and his people deserved.
  • This stamp is inspired by Frederick Douglass. It costs 10¢ because his favorite number was 10! In the image it shows him walking, i picked this position because he was very active.
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