The Great Frederick Douglass

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
American History
Grade:
7

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The Great Frederick Douglass

Mr. Douglass started publishing his life story and speaking in public. He wrote about his life as a slave, partly because he was so good at speaking that people couldn't believe he had been a slave!

American History - Virtual Field Trip!Journey from Slavery to Statesman:Frederick Douglass

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1818

Frederick Douglass is born a slave

Mr. Douglass made his escape by dressing as a sailor and borrowing a freeman's papers. It must have been scary!

Mr. Douglass had several positions, including advising President Lincoln!

The picture above shows the Wye House-- the plantation where Frederick Douglass was born a slave.

1838

He escapes!

1845

1st of 3 autobiographies published

1881

1895

1st African American to hold a gov't position

Frederick Douglass diesF.D. Memorial & Historical Assoc. founded

How does all this history fit with the events of the Civil War? Find out, by going on a Virtual Field Trip back in time to learn about why we celebrate the life of Frederick Douglass!See Mrs. Kulberg's directions to continue on to your Virtual Field Trip!

1st of 3 autobiographies published

Mr. Douglass started publishing his life story and speaking in public. He wrote about his life as a slave, partly because he was so good at speaking that people couldn't believe he had been a slave!


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