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How many masters did Frederick Douglass have?

Two there was Captain Anthony, and Hugh Auld


What was Frederick Douglass known for?

Frederick Douglass was known for his life story, called The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, that I had to read for school. He tells about his masters and about the treatment of his fellow slaves. Frederick addressed this narrative to southerners in the 1800s to demonstrate the treatment of the slaves. After Douglass published his book, many believed him and agreed with him. Some became abolitionists. He also helped on the Underground railroad and helped to fight for women's rights. He thought that everyone was created equally and that nothing could change that.


Was Frederick Douglass an abolitionist?

Frederick Douglass was born a black slave but escaped. He became a noted abolitionist and worker for equal rights, for blacks and for women. He suggested at one point in his life that his biological father may have been one of his mother's masters.


Who was Federick Douglass?

Frederick Douglass was a famous abolitionist. He was previously a slave, but escaped and was later bought from his former master. He lectured and wrote a book on his personal accounts of slavery. He aided the Union in the US Civil War by recruiting colored men to serve as soldiers.Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey Douglass(circa 1818-1895) was an abolitionist for the North and fought to free slaves, born in Talbot county, Maryland in February 1818. Frederick was born into slavery, and suffered as a result of his efforts to improve himself and help other slaves. He escaped slavery in 1838 and in 1841 began speaking out against it. He also visited Ireland and England and met with abolitionists there. He met President Abraham Lincoln during the US Civil War, which ultimately freed the slaves of the South in 1865. In later life, he championed women's rights. He lived to be about 77 years old, and aided many movements against slavery and injustice. American history marks him as a man who took pride in his county and tried to help all who were disadvantaged.In 1838, he had changed his name to avoid recapture, adopting the last name of a benefactor, Nathan Johnson, in New Bedford, Massachusetts. According to Frederick's own narratives, it was Johnson who suggested he take the surname Douglass.


What college degree did Frederick Douglass hold?

i don't actually know what school he graduated from but i believe that he does not went to college because he was born as slave and after escape from it, he then started working as an abolitionist

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What did Frederick Douglass say he saw for the first time when he arrived at his new masters house in Baltimore?

A white person smiling at him


How many masters did Frederick Douglass have?

Two there was Captain Anthony, and Hugh Auld


what was the name of the masters wife that taught frederick douglass how to read?

Mrs. Sophia Auld


What makes thomas covey different from other masters in Frederick Douglass an American slave?

He often works in the fields with his slaves!


Was Frederick Douglass black?

Frederick Douglass (Frederick Bailey, c.1818-1895) was born a black slave but escaped. He became a noted abolitionist and worker for equal rights, for blacks and for women. He suggested at one point in his life that his biological father may have been one of his mother's masters in Maryland.


Why did Frederick Douglass didn't want slavery?

because he was eather black or half black.. And slave masters are stupid white honkey hicks


Where Frederick Douglass go to college?

He didn't. He was taught by one of his Masters wives. After she quit teaching him, he bribed neighborhood boys with bread so they would teach him.


What was Frederick Douglass known for?

Frederick Douglass was known for his life story, called The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, that I had to read for school. He tells about his masters and about the treatment of his fellow slaves. Frederick addressed this narrative to southerners in the 1800s to demonstrate the treatment of the slaves. After Douglass published his book, many believed him and agreed with him. Some became abolitionists. He also helped on the Underground railroad and helped to fight for women's rights. He thought that everyone was created equally and that nothing could change that.


How did Fedrick Douglass learn to read?

Frederick made friends with the little white boys he met in the street and changed them into his teachers .Also Frederick would give bread to the urchins and in return they gave him knowledge. Also Frederick's mistress taught him a little bit about reading but, was a changed person when slavery got into her brain and then she didn't teach him anymore


Who taught Frederick Douglass to read?

Frederick Douglass was taught "his letters" by Mrs. Auld. Who was later advised by her husband to no longer teach Douglass how to read or spell because " it was unlawful, as well as unsafe, to teach a slave to read. To use his own words further," After Mrs. Auld stopped teaching Douglass, he tried to learn further by asking, bribing, and tricking homeless white children as to further his abilities.


Why Frederick Douglass does not know his age?

Most slaves did not know when they were born because their masters did not write them down.


What has the author J Frederick Smith written?

J. Frederick Smith has written: 'Frederick Swanwick' 'Photographing sensuality (Masters of contemporary photography)'