Frederick Douglass and Samuel Morse

  • Published: May 2001
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 132
  • Size: 7.5x9.25
  • ISBN: 9780595185740

Frederick Douglass
“Examines the life of the 19th century spokesman and abolitionist. (Kerby) discusses the harsh conditions that constituted Douglass’s daily life as a slave, his daring escape to freedom, and his participation in the anti-slavery movement….The writing is smooth, and the chapters flow nicely.”
School Library Journal

Samuel Morse
Samuel Morse was a famous painter, but he will always be remembered as the inventor of the telegraph. This lively biography discusses Morse’s childhood, his trips abroad, his years as a painter and, of course, his invention of the telegraph.

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