Frederick Douglass And The Abolitionism Movement

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One of his major accomplishments was that he was an important leader in the Abolitionism movement. That means he was one of the important people that helped end slavery. It became noticeable and very important in the U.S.A during the civil war. Frederick Douglass became the most important and known African-American abolitionist and an important leader in the movement. The hard work and effort of the people trying to stop slavery and the abolitionists paid of because it was successful when Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1st, 1863 and finally by the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment which ended slavery forever in the U.S.A. Frederick Douglass was a skilled public speaker and known everywhere for his outstanding