Contained within the pages of this booklet are the thoughts and orations of Frederick Douglass. Immerse yourself in African American History and American Civil War Era with Douglass’ thoughts on political, social, racial, and economic issues impacting enslaved African Americans. Touted as one of our nation’s outstanding thinkers, writers, and orators of the 19th century, this book features quotes that best represent Douglass' struggle and that of all African Americans confined to a life of servitude prior to Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.
To further understand the impact of Frederick Douglass’ contributions to African American History and his thoughts on knowledge and equality, visit the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in Washington D.C. Browse our Civil Rights Collection for more items honoring the lives of African Americans who struggled to endure under racial discrimination and persecution.
- The Frederick Douglas NHS preserves Douglass’ home where he complete many of his written works
- Published by Eastern National
- ISBN: 978-1-59091-110-5
- Softcover 32 page Educational booklet approximately 8.5’’ x 3.5’’
- Profits support the National Park Service