Frederick Douglass

The Library of American Lives and Times

Frederick Douglass was the foremost American abolitionist of the nineteenth century. From his 1847 founding of the North Star, the first African-American newspaper, to his term as U.S. minister to Haiti, the story of Douglass's life makes for inspirational reading. This compelling biography will give students a deeper understanding of how slavery shaped American history.

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"Stunning reproduction and photos provide a clear sense of the times and settings. These attractive titles serve not only as quality report sources but also as a general interest titles."
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Library Bound Book List: $37.60 / S&L: $28.20

Reading Level: 5

Interest Level: 4-8

Product type : Library Bound Book
ISBN : 978-0-8239-6624-0
Author : Alice Fleming
Copyright : 2004
Language : English
Category : Social Studies, American History
Pages : 112
Trim : 6 7/8" x 9 1/2"
Dewey : B
Dewey(two) : 973.8
ATOS : 8.2
ARPoints : 3
Subject : Social Studies, American History
Binding : Library