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Frederick Douglass (September 2018): Works Cited

By Duncan R. Jamieson

Works Cited

Anadolu-Okur, Nilgun. Dismantling Slavery: Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, and Formation of the Abolitionist Crusade, 1841–1853. Tennessee, 2016.

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Graham, Shirley Du Bois. There Was Once a Slave … : The Historic Story of Frederick Douglass. J. Messner, 1947.

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