“In Louisville, KY., 1883”

Frederick Douglass. From Three Addresses on the Relations Subsisting Between the White and Colored People of the United States, 1886.

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Frederick Douglass, who escaped slavery in 1838, was a prominent writer and speaker for abolition, women’s suffrage, and civil rights. He addresses the nation’s failure to protect African Americans' rights following Reconstruction.

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Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title In Louisville, KY., 1883
Publication Title Three Addresses on the Relations Subsisting Between the White and Colored People of the United States
Short Title Frederick Douglass speech, Louisville, 1883
Book Title Three Addresses on the Relations Subsisting Between the White and Colored People of the United States
Place of Publication Washington
Publisher Gibson Bros.
Creator Frederick Douglass
Publication Date 1886
Pages pp. 8-10
Call Number H 5837 .614
Location General Collections 2nd floor