Legacy Library: Frederick Douglass

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About meFrederick Douglass (~February 1818 - 20 February 1895). Born a slave, Douglass escaped to freedom and became a leading abolitionist, reformer, writer and speaker.

About my libraryThe books included here are those inventoried by the National Park Service as being in Douglass' library at his home, Cedar Hill, near Washington, D.C.

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Real nameFrederick Douglass

LocationCedar Hill, Washington, D.C.

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Member sinceSep 19, 2011

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