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Frederick Douglass (c. 1818–1895)

Douglass, Frederick. An American emancipator and orator; born a slave in Tuckahoe, MD, Feb. 1818; died near Washington, Feb. 20, 1895. He escaped from slavery in 1838; edited the North Star at Rochester from 1847 until the abolition of slavery. He published: ‘The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass’ (1882); ‘My Bondage and My Freedom’; ‘Narrative of my Experience in Slavery’; etc.