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The Resource Frederick Douglass : Freedom's Voice, 1818-1845

Frederick Douglass : Freedom's Voice, 1818-1845

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Frederick Douglass : Freedom's Voice, 1818-1845
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Frederick Douglass
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Freedom's Voice, 1818-1845
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This work in the MSU Press Rhetoric and Public Affairs Series chronicles Frederick Douglass's preparation for a career in oratory, his emergence as an abolitionist lecturer in 1841, and his development and activities as a public speaker and reformer from 1841 to 1845. Lampe's meticulous scholarship overturns much of the conventional wisdom about this phase of Douglass's life and career uncovering new information about his experiences as a slave and as a fugitive; it provokes a deeper and richer understanding of this renowned orator's emergence as an important voice in the crusade to
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Rhetoric and Public Affairs Series
Frederick Douglass : Freedom's Voice, 1818-1845
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Frederick Douglass : Freedom's Voice, 1818-1845
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.14321/j.ctt7zt4jd
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Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter One: Frederick Douglass' Maryland Plantation Education: His Discovery of Oratory; Chapter Two: Frederick Douglass' New Bedford Experience: Oratory, Preaching, and Abolitionism, September 1838-July 1841; Chapter Three: The Emergence of an Orator from Slavery: Southern Slavery, Northern Prejudice, and the Church, August -- Decembe; Chapter Four: Oratory of Power and Eloquence: From Local Notoriety to Regional Prominence, January -- August 1842
  • Chapter Five: Tumultuous Times: Douglass as Abolitionist Orator, Agitator, Reformer, and Optimist, August 1842 -- June 1843Chapter Six: The Hundred Conventions Tour of the West: Independence and Restlessness, June-December 1843; Chapter Seven: The Hundred Conventions Tour of Massachusetts: Torrents of Eloquence, January -May 1844; Chapter Eight: No Union With Slaveholders: The Proslavery Character of the United States Constitution, May-August 1844; Chapter Nine: Douglass the Imposter: I Am a Slave, September 1844- August 1845; Epilogue; Appendix A: Douglass' Speaking Itinerary: 1839-1845
  • Appendix B: Frederick Douglass in Behalf of George Latimer. Lynn, Massachusetts: November 8th, 1842. Appendix C: No Union With Slaveholders: An Address Delivered in Boston, Massachusetts: 28 May 1844; Appendix D: The Progress of the Cause: An Address Delivered in Norristown, Pennsylvania: 12 August 1844; Bibliography; Index
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