Frederick Douglass’ Civil War. Keeping Faith in Jubilee.
The tensions in the mind of Frederick Douglass between his private views and those as a public orator and abolitionist
The author studies in detail how the American Civil War affected the thinking and views of Frederick Douglass, the former slave who became one one of the most influential black American statesmen of the nineteenth century, its most important black leader.
Description: Frederick Douglass’ Civil War. Keeping Faith in Jubilee.
Baton Rouge & London: LSU Press, (1994). 270pp. Bibliography. Index. First Edition. Octavo. Publisher’s cloth. Fine in a pictorial dust jacket in like condition.
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