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Portrait of Frederick Douglass.
Portrait of Frederick Douglass

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Frederick Douglass' Delivered Speech on Haiti at the World's Fair
January 2, 1893

"We should not forget that the freedom you and I enjoy today," he said, "is largely due to the brave stand taken by the black sons of Haiti ninety years ago . . . striking for their freedom, they struck for the freedom of every black man in the world."

What do you or members of your family know about the country of Haiti or Frederick Douglass?


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