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Frederick Douglass: Contributions to the Abolitionist Movement

Posted By eBrandMe 440 days ago on all - Born enslaved in Tuckahoe, Maryland, Frederick Douglass would become one of the foremost African American leaders of the nineteenth century. He learned to read as a house slave for Sophia and Hugh Auld and became strongly involved in the underground railroad.

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