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FROM-- SET SEVEN, CIVIL WAR STUDIES

Frederick Douglass, Abolitionist and Advisor to the President-- Task #14-- Frederick Douglass Discusses the Idea of "Being a Self-Made Man."

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TASK #14-- Works with both #8 & #13    Complete both as a unit.

READ:  The Article at "Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Man," A Lecture for the Subject

Writing Response:  You may do both Tasks #8 & 13 with this task. 

Put yourself in the position of being a free slave in the 19th century.  Think:  "I am now a free person.  I always wanted that, but now I don't know what to do.  I think I will take Mr. Douglass' advice and learn to _______."   (finish this starter with a plan of action for success.)  Include obstacles coming up, and other problems related).  Read Articles #5 and #8 and use it in your response on this task.  The essay should be two pages or more.


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