Children's Books feature the Adventures of Heroes and Heroines in American History
Kids on History with The Young Patriots Series
Frederick Douglass, Young Defender
of Human Rights
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave—Frederick Douglass’s autobiography, published in 1845.
Teachers will love this activity guide, accompanying Frederick’s autobiography.
Find an Underground Railroad Webquest here.
Aboard the Underground Railroad lists Underground Railroad sites in all states.
American Visionaries: Frederick Douglass is a virtual exhibit of items owned by Douglass, a summary of his achievements, and photos of his home in Washington DC.
Visit the Frederick Douglass Museum & Hall of Fame for Caring Americans, located in Fred’s first home in Washington, D.C. The museum offers exhibits honoring Frederick Douglass and other Americans who have shared his love of justice.
Check out A Picture Book of Frederick Douglass, by David Adler.
Teachers will appreciate the questions accompanying picture book, Frederick Douglass: The Last Day of Slavery, by William Miller.
See the pitcher, on which is an image of Frederick Douglass’s head, displayed in the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.
Learn more about the connection between Frederick and photography.
to Frederick's home
Indianapolis, Indiana 46250
317-577-1321 fax 413-215-8030
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