Frederick Douglass portrait

Frederick Douglass


Was a influential Black abolitionist, social reformer and statesman.

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Who was he?

Frederick Douglass was a Black abolitionist, social reformer and statesman. He was very intelligent and a skilled writer / speaker who proved to be very influential.

What did it do?

He had escaped his slave owner and became a leader of the abolitionist movement


The star player for the abolitionists during the antebellum and civil war era. He was also a standing example of proving the south wrong because they compared blacks as stupid and barbaric while Douglas was smarter than most white men.

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