History Maker Bios Series: Frederick Douglass

History Maker Bios Series: Frederick Douglass



Frederick Douglass went from being forced to sleep in a kitchen closet as a child to having the honor of meeting President Abraham Lincoln in the White House. His own two sons were among the first black soldiers to fight in the Civil War. In fact, he was so well spoken that people didn’t believe he had once been a slave, so he wrote his autobiography.

This book is part of the History Making Biography Series, which uses documentary photographs, colorful cartoons, and interesting facts to make history come alive. It includes a timeline and a list of websites for further exploration on this great American. The series enriches the minds of young historians.

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