Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
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The entire text of Douglass's narrative can be found here.
Information on Douglass at the PBS Africans in America website.
A website by the National Park Service on Douglass's place in American culture (with lots of good graphics).
A useful overview of other narratives written by former slaves around the time of Douglass's Narrative.
Movie or TV Productions
A biography of Frederick Douglass by A&E.
Another biography of Douglass.
James Earl Jones reads one of Frederick Douglass's most famous speeches, "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?"
A set of video lessons put together by C-SPAN to go along with a TV series about Douglass's life.
The best audio book version of Douglass's Narrative you actually have to pay for.
But there's also a free version available at freeclassicaudiobooks.com.
Douglass speeches (performed by Fred Morsell, a modern actor).
This is the most famous image of Frederick Douglass, the dignified, white-haired old man.
Douglass hiding from Covey in the woods, and being found by Sandy.