most important black man
the slave who changed every thing. the abolitionist
giving a speech
Frederick Douglass giving a about slavery .
his reason for being a abolitionist
his reasons for joining the abolitionist.
meeting willam lyode garrison
the first time Frederick comes in to contact with a abolitionist.
fredericks douglasses speeches of changes
freerick douglass talks to lincoln
frederick douglass inspriers lincoln to wirte the emancipation proclamation
frderick douglass and his education
frederick douglass one of the firt educated black man
Frederick Douglass was taught to read and write at the age of ten. he was taught by his masters wife and he asked some of the white kids questions. for the most part he taught himself. he was one of the few black people who could read much less write. he was so smart that his speeches would be forever remembered. which led him to be the most educated black man of that time.