Frederick Douglass – Fourth of July Oration (1852) Primary Source Analysis with Questions

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Frederick Douglass “Fourth of July Oration” July 5, 1852

The lengthy and poignant speech is divided into three lesson activities complete with analysis questions.

Click on the links below to download the primary source documents with reading questions.

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