by miltalyhia Leonard
:Name - Frederick Douglass
:Occupation - Civil Rights Activist
:Birth Date - February 1818
:Death Date - February 20, 1895
:Place Of Birth - Tuckahoe, Maryland
:Place Of Death - Washington D.C
:Originally - Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey
:Freedom & Abolitionist
:Frederick Douglass was a Abolitionist Leader. He was born into slavery in Talbot County, Maryland. He was one of the most Famous Intellectuals of his time lecturing to thousands on a range of cause's even Women's Right's & Irish Home Rule's . Autobiographies Eloquently Describing his experiences in slavery . Frederick Douglass was given to Lucretia Auld, the wife of Thomas Auld, Following the death of his master, Lucretia sent Frederick To serve her brother-in-law Hugh Auld.
:Frederick Douglass Tried escaping from Slavery twice before he succeeded. Frederick Was assisted in his Final Attempt By Anna Murray, a free black Women in Baltimore With whom Douglass had fallen in Love .in 1833,Thomas Auld took Douglass back from his son Hugh Following a Dispute.
: Life In Slavery
:Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey was born into slavery in Talbot County, Maryland, around 1818. the exact year and date of Douglass' Birth are unknown though later in life he choose to celebrate it on February 14, Douglass lived with his maternal Grandmother.
:At a young age, Douglass was selected in live in the home of the plantation Owner's, one of whom may have been his father. his mother, an Intermittent presence in his life, Died when he was around 10.
: Picture's Of Frederick Douglass
:Lucretia sent Frederick to serve her Brother-in-Law , Hugh Auld, at his Baltimore home. it was at the Auld home That Frederick Douglass first Acquired the skills that would Vault him to national Celebrity.Douglass continued to learn from white children and others in his neighbor Hood.
:Douglass credited The Columbian Orator with clarifying and defining his views of Human rights.Douglass shared his newfound Knowledge with other enslaved People. 40 slaves would attend lessons Although free land did not interfere with the lessons.