[Copy of letter to] Miss Douglass

by William Lloyd Garrison in Boston, [Mass.]

Written in English
Cover of: [Copy of letter to] Miss Douglass | William Lloyd Garrison
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Subjects:

  • Correspondence,
  • Female Literary Association of Philadelphia,
  • History,
  • Antislavery movements,
  • Abolitionists

Edition Notes

SeriesWilliam Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879)
ContributionsDouglass, S. M. (Sarah Mapps), 1806-1882, recipient
The Physical Object
Format[manuscript]
Pagination4 leaves (4 p.) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25639939M

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Internet Archive BookReader [Copy of letter to] Miss Douglass [manuscript]. Above the salutation is this note: "Verbatim copy of a letter written by Mr. Garrison to Sarah M. Douglass, Secretary of the Female Literary Association of Philadelphia." William Lloyd Garrison writes that the constitution of the Female Literary Association [of Philadelphia] was published in the Dec.

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Harriet Bailey Douglass' mother; little is known about her. Years after her death, Douglass learned that she was a literate slave. He was never able to determine, though, how a field hand had the opportunity to learn to.

Douglass’s first master and probably his father. Anthony is the clerk for Colonel Lloyd, managing Lloyd’s surrounding plantations and the overseers of those plantations. Anthony is a cruel man who takes pleasure in whipping his slaves, especially Douglass’s Aunt Hester.

He is called “Captain. Frederick Douglass Letter to His Former Owner Rochester Oct. 4th ( Hugh Auld Esq, My dear sir. Miss Amanda that was, Mrs Sears that is, and was treated kindly such is the fact, Gladly would I see you and Mrs.

Auld – or Miss Sopha as I used to call her. I could have lived with you during life in freedom though I ranaway. Frederick Douglass as a slave in America () Historical Document: The Mississippi Black Code () Neo-slavery in the American South (FCN, ).

In Septemberten years after he had escaped from slavery and two years after he had purchased his freedom for roughly $1, Frederick Douglass printed in North Star, the abolitionist newspaper he had founded the previous year, an open letter to his former master Thomas document “is one of the strangest pieces in the literature of American slavery,” acknowledges.

The former slave Frederick Douglass narrates his life story and shows us emotionally the cruelty of the slavery in America and turns effectively the reader into an abolitionist. The hatred in me, built by the narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, grew bigger and bigger against the slaveholders and was intensified by his writing abilities/5(6).

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The conditions that Douglass lived in with Thomas Auld and his wife at St. Michael's were bad. Douglass refers to them as "mean" and "cruel".

Thomas Auld was a pious man, but lacked firmness when commanding his slaves. The behavior toward a lame woman slave.

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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass Summary. Douglass's Narrative is like a highway map, showing us the road from slavery to freedom. At the beginning of the book, Douglass is a slave in both body and mind.

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The moral Douglass gained from the book was the power of _____. his enslavers. The more Douglass read, the more he hated _____. Wrote in the spaces left in master Thomas's copy book. He copied what he had written. K SharesShareKTweet In September ofFrederick Douglass wrote an open letter to Thomas Auld — the man who, until a decade previous, had been Douglas’ slave master before he escaped.

Douglas published his letter in North Star, an abolitionist newspaper that he had founded in In the letter, Douglass writes to his former master about [ ]. InSarah Hopkins Bradford published an authorized biography called Scenes in the Life of Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman was an abolitionist who helped slaves escape through the Underground Railroad.

She often worked with fellow abolitionist Frederick Douglass, a public speaker and author. When Harriet Tubman reached out to Frederick Douglass requesting he speak to her.

Douglass’s success story is replaced somewhat by the story of Garrison’s judgment and fostering of Douglass’s talent. Thus when Garrison recalls Douglass’s first speech at the Nantucket antislavery meeting, he does not reproduce any of Douglass’s words.

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He opened by explaining that he had met Douglass for the first time at an anti-slavery convention in August, Most people, including Garrison, did not know who he was but were prepared to hear some words from an actual former slave.

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