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  1. The Frederick Douglass You Never Knew by James Lincoln Collier, 2004-02
  2. Approaches to Teaching Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (Approaches to Teaching World Literature)
  3. Life and Times of Frederick Douglass Written by Himself, His Early Life as a Slave, His Escape from Bondage, and His Complete History to the Present Time by Frederick Douglass, 2001-03-13
  4. Frederick Douglass A Biography by Charles W. (Charles Waddell) Chesnutt, 2004-02-01
  5. Young Frederick Douglass: Freedom Fighter (A Troll First-Start Biographies) by Andrew Woods, 1997-04-12
  6. We Are All Together Now: Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison and the Prophetic Tradition by William B. Rogers, 1995-01-01
  7. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave (Barnes & Noble Classics) by Frederick Douglass, 2005-08-01
  8. Frederick Douglass. With a new preface by James M. McPherson. by Benjamin Quarles, 1968
  9. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave by Frederick Douglass, 2009-03-20
  10. Life and Times of Frederick Douglass: (An African American Heritage Book) by Frederick Douglass, 2008-11-24
  11. The Mind of Frederick Douglass by Waldo E. Jr. Martin, 1986-02-03
  12. The Complete Autobiographies of Frederick Douglass by Frederick Douglass, 2008-02-18
  13. Frederick Douglass on Slavery and the Civil War: Selections from His Writings (Dover Thrift Editions) by Frederick Douglass, 2003-11-12
  14. Works of Frederick Douglass. Including My Bondage and My Freedom, My Escape from Slavery, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass & more (mobi) by Frederick Douglass, 2008-11-19

41. The Frederick Douglass Institute At West Chester University
The frederick douglass Institute is a university program for advancing multicultural studies across the curriculum and for deepening the intellectual
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On October11, 2007, the Frederick Douglass Institute presents a Discussion on the Jena 6 Controversy. Location: Frances Green Library Room 409 Time: 12:00 pm Announcements and Information The Frederick Douglass Institute is a university program for advancing multicultural studies across the curriculum and for deepening the intellectual heritage of Frederick Douglass, the former slave, distinguished orator, journalist, author, and statesman. Douglass, who was a frequent visitor to the West Chester area, gave his last public lecture on West Chester's campus on February 1, 1895. Guided by the spirit of Douglass and his legacy, the Institute aims to create opportunities to build a better community for all of us to fulfill our destiny as human beings. The mission of the Frederick Douglass Institute The activities of the Institute take place on and off campus. With undergraduate and graduate students and West Chester faculty, the Institute sponsors seminars and forums on selected topics. The Anna Murray Douglass Circle is the name for a lecture series offering to bring leading intellectuals to campus.

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Women Who Dare: Women of the Civil Rights Movement by Linda Barrett Osborne One of the photographs in this moving little book has become an icon of the civil rights struggle: two women and a man, their forms blurred and nearly obscured by a head-high wall of flying water, cling to one another. Their faces are turned from the firehose blast-a good idea, since a shot in the face would blind them-but their feet are firmly planted. They are not going anywhere under pressure. Women did much of the heavy lifting during the battle for civil rights: organizing, registering voters, encouraging flagging spirits, not to mention marching, getting beaten up, and going to jail; but few of their names are well known. Women of the Civil Rights Movement shows us why we should know those names and recall them with respect.

43. Frederick Douglass
douglass, F. (1881). Life and times of frederick douglass His early life as a slave, his escape from bondage, and his complete history to the present time.
Frederick Douglass
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Name Frederick Douglass [Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey; Frederick Douglass] [source: Compiled and edited by Shirley A. Rowser, March 1, 2000; data obtained from various sources see the "references/bibliography" section Search Strategy Hints Some information may be found at the Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data, Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895. Bio/Historical Notes Born a slave on Holmes Hill Farm, Talbot County, Maryland, and son of Harriet Bailey and a white man that he knew little about except his name, Master Aaron Anthony. He escaped from slavery and married Anna Murray, a free slave, in 1838. They were married for 44 years until Anna's death August 4, 1882. After Anna's death, he married his former secretary and a white woman, Helen Pitts, of Rochester, NY. Children (with Anna): Rosetta Douglass, Annie Douglass Sprague, Lewis Henry Douglass, Frederick Douglass, Jr., and Charles Remond Douglass. Was an agent for the Bristol Anti-Slavery Society lecturing against slavery. William Garrison, publisher of The Liberator , was his mentor. Supported the Women's Rights Convention held July, 1848, and cast the lone male vote in favor of it. Chosen vice-presidential candidate at the Liberal Party convention. Served as recruiter for the 54Th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment. Appointed Assistant Secretary to the Commission of Inquiry in the possible annexation of Santo Domingo. Nominated for vice-president by Equal Rights Party. Named president of Freedman's Savings and Trust Company. Appointed US Marshall of the District of Columbia. Appointed Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia. Appointed Charge d'Affaires for Santo Domingo and Minister Resident, and Consul General to Haiti by President Harrison. He died, at Cedar Hill, Anacostia section of Washington, DC. His body is buried in Rochester in Mount Hope Cemetery.

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45. 443. Frederick Douglass (c. 1817-95). Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary Of Quota
443. frederick douglass (c. 181795). Respectfully Quoted A Dictionary of Quotations. 1989.
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46. American Writers: Frederick Douglass
The son of a slave mother and a white father he never knew, he lived with his grandmother on a Maryland plantation until the age of 8.
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47. Digital History
Annotation, frederick douglass assesses the meaning of emancipation in 1880. Source Life and Times of frederick douglass (Boston, 1892).

48. Reconstruction -- Frederick Douglass (1817?-1895)
Read Reconstruction by frederick douglass (18171895). Born into slavery, frederick douglass became one of the most articulate and influential fugures in
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The assembling of the Second Session of the Thirty-ninth Congress may very properly be made the occasion of a few earnest words on the already much-worn topic of reconstruction. Seldom has any legislative body been the subject of a solicitude more intense, or of aspirations more sincere and ardent. There are the best of reasons for this profound interest. Questions of vast moment, left undecided by the last session of Congress, must be manfully grappled with by this. No political skirmishing will avail. The occasion demands statesmanship. The Civil Rights Bill and the Freedmen's Bureau Bill and the proposed constitutional amendments, with the amendment already adopted and recognized as the law of the land, do not reach the difficulty, and cannot, unless the whole structure of the government is changed from a government by States to something like a despotic central government, with power to control even the municipal regulations of States, and to make them conform to its own despotic will. While there remains such an idea as the right of each State to control its own local affairs, an idea, by the way, more deeply rooted in the minds of men of all sections of the country than perhaps any one other political idea,no general assertion of human rights can be of any practical value. To change the character of the government at this point is neither possible nor desirable.

49. Cheering Eagles Of Frederick Douglass High School
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50. Frederick Douglass Academy On The Web 2k - Cached - Similar pages - frederick douglass - Your link to SouthCoast New Bedford played a critical role in frederick douglass’ journey from slavery to the heights of the abolitionist movement and world renown.
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51. New Bedford Area Visitor Guide - Frederick Douglass Memorial
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This memorial commemorates the noted orator and abolitionist Frederick Douglass. After escaping slavery in Maryland, Mr. Douglass came to New Bedford via the underground railroad. Mr. Douglass and his wife Anna stayed in the family home of Nathan Johnson, a well-to-do free black man in New Bedford. While in New Bedford, Mr. Douglass changed his name from Frederick Baily to Frederick Douglass to make it more difficult for southern slave catchers to find him. Mr. Douglass lived and worked in New Bedford between 1838 and 1841. His daughter Rosetta and son Lewis were born here. He was involved with the local black community and preached at the black Zion Methodist Church. While in New Bedford, a subscription to the Liberator , a publication of the American Anti-Slavery Society, started Mr. Douglass' involvement with the abolitionist movement. Mr. Douglass met William Lloyd Garrison, the editor of the Liberator in New Bedford in August of 1841. Mr. Garrison recognized Douglass' oratory potential and hired him to work for the society. His job was to talk about his experiences and sell subscriptions to the

52. FDHS - Home Page
The first high school for AfricanAmericans in Prince George’s County. Includes information about academics, PTSA, school policies, athletics, activities,
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Thank you for visiting the Frederick Douglass High School web site. Feel free to browse our pages to find out more about our school. For specific information about our school's schedule, history, location and demographics please visit our About Us page. RJ Lambert Scholar Athlete Foundation Scholarship The deadline for submission for this Scholar Athlete award is April 4, 2008. Download the application here School Improvement Data and Information Frederick Douglass High School has been successful in meeting Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements. You can review our School Improvement Plan and state testing results here. School Improvement Plan-Executive Summary for Frederick Douglass High SY2006-2007 School Climate Survey for Frederick Douglass High 2006 Maryland State Report Card for Frederick Douglass High
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53. Frederick Douglass.
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54. Frederick Douglass (1818-1895): Teacher Resource File
The Narrative of the Life of frederick douglass From Wiretap gopher site frederick douglass National Historic Site. Museum Resource Center
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Search by author name. Contents= An Appeal to the Congress for an Impartial Suffrage The Color Line My Escape from Slavery The Future of the Colored Race The Negro Exodus from the Gulf States Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass. July 4th Address My Bondage and My Freedom From Project Gutenberg The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass From Wiretap gopher site Frederick Douglass
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55. Frederick Douglass Center | The Children's Aid Society
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The Frederick Douglass Center provides essential services to children and families on Manhattan's Upper West Side. There's a little something here for everyone, from our Head Start program for 3-5 year olds to English-language training for adults. The center was founded in 1958 by The Children's Aid Society. Today, more than 600 children and their families use the center each day. The facilities include a full-service library, gymnasium, outdoor playground facilities, an Intel Computer Clubhouse and after-school and nursery classrooms. printer friendly version
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57. The Search For Frederick Douglass Birthplace
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In 1995, the centennial year of the death of Frederick Douglass, Ebony urged its readers to plan family vacations so that the kids could see monuments to black history. They suggested you visit the birthplace of Frederick Douglass. ("How To Celebrate Black History Month 12 Months of the Year", Ebony , Feb. 1995, vol. 50 no. 4)

58. Frederick Douglass -
frederick Augustus Washington Bailey douglass (Feb. 7, 1817Feb. 20, 1895) was an abolitionist, orator and writer who fought against slavery and for women s
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59. Timeline Of Frederick Douglass And Family
(Exact date unknown) frederick douglass is born as frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, a slave at Holme Hill Farm, Talbot County, Maryland.
timeline of Frederick Douglass and family . (Exact date unknown) Frederick Douglass is born as Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, a slave at Holme Hill Farm, Talbot County, Maryland.
His mother, Harriet Bailey, was a field slave from whom he was separated during his infancy. Douglass only saw his mother four or five times thereafter and for only a few hours each time. She had been sold to a man who lived twelve miles from where Douglass lived, and to see her son required that after her day's work in the field she walk the twelve miles, visit with him for a short time during the night, walk the twelve miles back to her home, and work a second day in the fields without rest. She died when Douglass was about seven.
Douglass never knew for certain whom his father was. He did know that his father was white, and he believed he was his master, Aaron Anthony.
. Sent to live with Hugh Auld family in Baltimore. . Asks Sophia Auld to teach him his letters. Hugh Auld stops the lessons because he feels that learning makes slaves discontented and rebellious. . Hired Out to Edward Covey, a "slave breaker", to break his spirit and make him accept slavery.

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