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  • identifying the meaning of words in context. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, published in 1845, was an autobiographical work
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  • decade of the twentieth century. Rosetta Douglass Sprague (1839-1906) Eldest daughter of Frederick Douglass, Sprague converted to Seventh-day Adventism
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  • Underground Railroad. African Americans such as Sojourner Truth and Frederick Douglass dared to speak for the abolitionist cause. Books and magazines carried
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  • peaceful means. Garrison was joined by another powerful voice, that of Frederick Douglass, an escaped slave who galvanized Northern audiences. Theodore Dwight
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  • which won a majority only after an impassioned speech in favor by Frederick Douglass, the black abolitionist. At Seneca Falls, Cady Stanton gained national
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  • Americans into the Union Army, a move abolitionist leaders such as Frederick Douglass had been urging since the beginning of armed conflict. Union forces
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  • when the last issue appeared at the close of the Civil War. Frederick Douglass, the nation’s leading African-American abolitionist of the 19th century
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  • 9: Edward Douglass White, served December 19, 1910–May 19, 1921† Appointed by: William Howard Taft  
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  • the only former President to do so. In 1921, when Chief Justice Edward Douglass White died, President Warren G. Harding nominated Taft to take his place
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