Life and times of Frederick Douglass /
written by himself. Published for the Frederick Douglass Historical and Cultural League, in preparation for the one hundredth anniversary of Douglass' first public appearance in the cause of emancipation.
|Main Author:||Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895.|
New York, Pathway Press [c1941]
Antislavery movements > Antislavery movements / United States.
"The Life and times is the final form of an autobiography first published as a small Narrative in 1845, expanded in My bondage and my freedom in 1855, further extended in the first edition under the same title in 1881, and completed and revised in a893. A reprint appeared in 1895 ... This ... is substantially a reproduction of the text of the last revised and complete work."--Editor's note.
At head of title: Centenary memorial subscribers' edition.
695 [i.e. 703] p.
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