Douglass and the slave breaker frederick douglass, an enslaved person who became a leader of the movement for the abolition of slavery in the united states, had bitter experience of punishment aged 16, he was sent by his owner to a farmer who had a reputation for “breaking” independent-minded slaves. Douglass, fredericka very influential african american leader of the nineteenth century, frederick douglass  used his exceptional skills as an orator, writer, journalist, and politician to fight for the abolition of slavery and for an end to racial discrimination. Laws that controlled the lives of enslaved african americans and denied them basic rights free african americans there were 250,000 of these people by 1860 in the south. Publication date 2000 holding location university of south florida resource identifier 027975988 48092873 f51-00211 f51211 language english creator ward, beverly g.
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Abraham lincoln, sixteenth president of the united states, was born near hodgenville, kentucky on february 12, 1809 his family moved to indiana when he was seven and he. Frederick douglass this was a us abolitionist who founded the north star gadsden purchase harriet tubman dred scott decision this was a 1857 supreme court decision that a slave, because he was not a citizen, could not sue for his freedom. Later, in 1851, the once devoted and admiring frederick douglass stated his belief that the constitution could be used as a weapon against slavery garrison, feeling betrayed, attacked douglass. American civil rights movement: frederick douglass became the most famous of the ex-slaves who joined the abolition movement the dred scott decision stated that the country’s founders had viewed blacks as so inferior that they had “no rights which the white man was bound to respect.
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