Frederick Douglas

Frederick Douglas
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  • There once was a slave named Frederick Douglass who believed solely in becoming free. He worked in the fields for a man named Covey who was his master. One day Frederick got sick he had to lay down, but his master told him to go back to work. Frederick didn’t. So Covey gave him a hard blow in the side and said “get up”. Douglass couldn't even stand up, but Covey kept hitting him over and over so that night he ran away. He ran to the forest Covey chasing after him yelling. “COME BACK”! He soon gave up. Frederick had to survive in the forest just eating wild berries and drinking water from a stream. Later that night Frederick met another slave in the woods named Sandy. Frederick told Sandy the whole story of what happened back at the farm. He told Sandy he couldn't survive out their so he was going back. There once was a slave named Frederick Douglass who believed solely in becoming free. He worked in the fields for a man named Covey who was his master. One day Frederick got sick he had to lay down, but his master told him to go back to work. Frederick didn’t. So Covey gave him a hard blow in the side and said “get up”. Douglass couldn't even stand up, but Covey kept hitting him over and over so that night he ran away. He ran to the forest Covey chasing after him yelling. “COME BACK”! He soon gave up. Frederick had to survive in the forest just eating wild berries and drinking water from a stream. Later that night Frederick met another slave in the woods named Sandy. Frederick told Sandy the whole story of what happened back at the farm. He told Sandy he couldn't survive out their so he was going back.
  • That night Sandy gave him a root and told Frederick when he goes back protect himself with it. So Frederick went back to the farm the next morning with the root on his shoulder. Frederick saw Covey and he acted nice. Covey was going to church and told Frederick before he left to get some pigs from the farm. Frederick never had to use the root yet until Monday. On Monday Douglass had to groom the horses and when he finished and was halfway out of the stable Covey rapped a rope around Frederick’s foot. Frederick decided to fight back against Covey. No slave has fought back before against a master.
  • After fighting Covey, Frederick was victorious. It made Douglass feel like he was the spark of freedom in him was relit. He would no longer think of himself as a slave again. For the rest of the time he was a slave after a few more fights he never got whipped again. And when he was free he fought against slavery as long as he lived.
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