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Face of Freedom: How the Photos of Frederick Douglass Celebrated Racial Equality


Series
Captured History

by
Emma Carlson-Berne

Edition
Library edition
Publisher
Capstone
Imprint
Capstone
ISBN
9780756556174
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Frederick Douglass—abolitionist, writer, political activist, reformer—has been called the most important African-American of the 1800s. He was also the most photographed American of the 1800s. Douglass, who escaped enslavement to work tirelessly on behalf of his fellow African-Americans, realized the importance of photography in ending slavery and achieving civil rights. The many portraits of Douglass showed the world what freedom and dignity looked like.

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Format

Print

Page Count

64

Trim Size

9 1/6" x 10 1/6"

Dewey

973.8092

AR

7.2: points 2

Lexile

1040L

Genre

Nonfic

Scholastic Reading Counts

0

JLG Release

Oct 2018

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