Fredrick Douglas By: Madeline Hudson

Born February 1818 in Talbot County, Maryland Died February 20, 1895 in Washington D.C

Key Fact #1 During the Civil War, Douglas fought for the right black soldiers.

Key fact#2 A statue of noted abolitionist Fredrick Douglas features him standing beside a lectern and an inkwell with a quill pen sits in references to his work as an author.

Key fact#3 He was once nomonated for Vice President of the US. by Equal Rights Party

A painting for Douglas

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Created with images by amanderson2 - "Fredrick Douglas Mural West Belfast" • amanderson2 - "Fredrick Douglas Mural West Belfast"

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