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Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave, written by himself. Edited by Benjamin Quarles
Bib ID 649723
Format BookBook
Author
Douglass, Frederick, 1817?-1895
 
Description Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press, 1960 
xxvi, 163 p. port., map. 22 cm. 
Series

John Harvard library

Summary

An autobiographical account of a childhood and youth spent in slavery by a man who became a great abolitionist and leader of anti-slavery activity.

Subjects Douglass, Frederick, - 1817?-1895.  |  Douglass, Frederick, - 1817?-1895.  |  Slavery - Maryland.  |  Slavery.  |  African Americans - Biography.

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