Ex – slave who became an abolitionist author and loudspeaker. He complete his remarkable lifestyle in his well-known 1845 autobiography, Narrative of the life span of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. He was raised in slavery in Maryland. While enslaved in Baltimore, he was trained with a plantation owner’s wife to learn and compose. In 1838, he escaped slavery by impersonating a free of charge sailor of African descent and vacationing by teach and steamboat to Philadelphia, Pa. He once stated, “I’d unite with anybody to accomplish correct and with no one to do incorrect.” He wedded his initial wife, Anna Murray, in 1838. The few acquired three sons and two daughters. Pursuing Murray’s loss of life, Douglass wedded Helen Pitts, a Caucasian feminist two decades his junior. He suggested Leader Abraham Lincoln on how best to treat black military.
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