Frederick Douglass wrote many things during his life, the most famous being his autobiography, "Life and Times of Frederick Douglass." Originally entitled "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave,"... More »

Frederick Douglass was born into American slavery in the early 19th century; however, he gained his freedom by escaping to New York in 1838. He went on to become a great orator, writer and abolitionist. More »

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Interesting facts about Frederick Douglass include that he was born a slave, and that he was taught to read by his master's wife, Sophia Auld. Douglass was a supporter not only of the rights of African Americans, but of ... More »

Frederick Douglass accomplished a number of things including teaching about anti-slavery while touring Europe, teaching about the rights of women everywhere in the United States and convincing President Abraham Lincoln t... More »

Interesting facts about Frederick Douglass include that he was born a slave, and that he was taught to read by his master's wife, Sophia Auld. Douglass was a supporter not only of the rights of African Americans, but of ... More »

Frederick Douglass was born into American slavery in the early 19th century; however, he gained his freedom by escaping to New York in 1838. He went on to become a great orator, writer and abolitionist. More »

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Helen Keller's published books include "The Story of My Life," "Optimism," "The World I Live In," "The Song of the Stone Wall," "Out of the Dark," "My Religion," "Midstream," "My Later Life," "Peace at Eventide," "Helen ... More »