After the death of Lincoln, Douglass and many others continued to speak for equality and spoke for the brave men and women that fought alongside him.
He had still continued to write out biographies and publish them to leave an even better impression into America. Although the death of his wife Anna had slowed his work down, he moved on and married another woman named Helen Pits, a white woman that had surprised everyone.
Fredrick had visited many more presidential meetings and appointments and even traveled the world to meet with other activists like himself.
It wasn't until that on the afternoon of February 20, 1895, Fredrick Douglass would die to a massive heart attack. Ending one of the worlds courageous and most active speaking writers the 19th century had ever seen.
Throughout the course of his life Douglass was a man that seen the worst of mankind and made attempts to restore that by speaking out against the slavers and all that had tried to go against him. Above all of that, he had made the world a little better of a place to live in for everyone.