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Frederick Douglass was born into slavery sometime around 1818 in Talbot County, Maryland
After escaping slavery, Frederick became one of the most famous intellectuals of his time, advising presidents and lecturing to thousands
Frederick was eventually asked to tell his story at abolitionist meetings, and he became a regular anti-slavery lecturer.
We have to shed light on this situation.
Founder of The Liberator, William Lloyd Garrison, was impressed with Douglass’ strength and rhetorical skill, and wrote of him in his newspaper.
NO MAM SHOULD LIVE LIKE THIS!!!
Several days after the story ran, Douglass delivered his first speech at the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society's annual convention in Nantucket.
While participating in an 1843 lecture tour through the Midwest, Douglass was chased and beaten by an angry mob before being rescued by a local Quaker family.
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