Became a free man

Frederick Douglass spent two years in Ireland and Great Britain. He learned what it was like to be a free man and to be treated fairly. He gave many speeches against slavery and for equality for all people. Four women raised funds to purchase his freedom. When he returned to the United States in 1847, he was a free man.

Read more about his travels to Ireland and Great Britain here.

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