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At a Boston Abolitionist Society meeting, Frederick Douglass recounts his harrowing escape from slavery years earlier. Douglass describes how the cruel treatment he endured while working at a Baltimore shipyard spurred him to devise a do-or-die plan for escape. Readers will feel tension and suspense as they follow Douglass on his perilous journey to freedom. Use this Graphic Book with Frederick Douglass: Forever Free at Levels S, V, and Y.
Graphic Book Lesson Plan
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