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Douglass

[duhg-luh s] /ˈdʌg ləs/
noun
1.
Frederick, 1817–95, U.S. ex-slave, abolitionist, and orator.
2.
a male given name.
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  • Sometimes they sent a wagon into the city for frederick douglass and his family.

    Susan B. Anthony Alma Lutz
  • I said frederick douglass was great in spite of environment.

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  • You might as well say that Garrison fought slavery "quietly," or that frederick douglass's escape came to him "naturally."

    Women and the Alphabet Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  • The story in regard to the Weems' family was published in frederick douglass' paper two years ago.

    The Underground Railroad William Still
  • There is, in fact, much in his speaking to remind one of frederick douglass.

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