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Slavery Through the Eyes of an Enslaved Person

Grade Level Grades 9-12
Resource Type Lesson Plan

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A week-long lesson sequence on American slavery that uses a selection of original documents to study the life and views of an enslaved person, from the perspective of Frederick Douglass.

Provided as part of TAH.org's American History Toolkits project.

Image: Public Domain. File:Frederick Douglass portrait.jpg. Circa 1879

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