The Words of Frederick Douglass

Historical Perspectives: In Their Own Words

Frederick Douglass is one of the most admired Americans. After a daring escape from a life of enslavement, he became a famous abolitionist as well as a supporter of women's rights. He also founded a newspaper and forged a friendship with Abraham Lincoln. This valuable biography uses Douglass's own prolific writings—including his three autobiographies!—to describe the key events of his life and the times in which he lived. Historical photographs, sidebars, and fact boxes add even more relevant information about the era, an important period in the elementary social studies curriculum.

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Reading Level: 4-5

Interest Level: 4-6

Product type : Library Bound Book
ISBN : 978-1-6428-2701-9
Author : Emmett Martin
Copyright : 2024
Language : English
Pages : 32
Trim : 6 1/2" x 9 1/8"
Dewey : 973.7/114092--dc
Dewey(two) : B
Biographies • Black-and-White Photographs • Fact Boxes • Full-Color Photographs • Further Information Section • Glossary • Graphic Organizers • Index • Primary Sources • Sidebars • Websites