Melbourne, who consulted the Norfolk Island returns at the colonial office. There is some doubt about the name of his mother, but there is reason to believe that originally it was Catherine Williams Melbourne. D'Arcy Wentworth came originally from the north of Ireland and went to London to study medicine.
His mother, Harriet Bailey, was a field slave from whom he was separated during his infancy. Douglass only saw his mother four or five times thereafter and for only a few hours each time. She had been sold to a man who lived twelve miles from where Douglass lived, and to see her son required that after her day's work in the field she walk the twelve miles, visit with him for a short time during the night, walk the twelve miles back to her home, and work a second day in the fields without rest.
She died when Douglass was about seven. Douglass never knew for certain whom his father was.
He did know that his father was white, and he believed he was his master, Aaron Anthony. Sent to live with Hugh Auld family in Baltimore. Asks Sophia Auld to teach him his letters.
Hugh Auld stops the lessons because he feels that learning makes slaves discontented and rebellious. Hired Out to Edward Covey, a "slave breaker", to break his spirit and make him accept slavery.
Tries to escape from slavery, but his plot is discovered. Works in Baltimore shipyards as a caulker. Falls in love with Anna Murray, a free Negro daughter of slaves. Douglass escapes from slavery and goes to New York City.
Doughter Rosetta - is born. Frederick subscribes to William Garrison's The Liberator. Anna Murray Douglass Son Lewis Henry - is born.
Speaks at a meeting of the Bristol Anti-Slavery Society, and subsequently, at the urging of William Lloyd Garrison, Douglass became a lecturer for the American Anti-Slavery Society and travels widely in the East and Midwest lecturing against slavery and campaigning for rights of free Blacks.
Son Frederick Douglass, Jr. Organized by Abner A. Frances, Henry Moxley seethe Charles L. Reason the first Black math professor at a white collegeand others, a National Convention of Colored Men was held in Buffalo to find ways to end slavery.
The keynote speaker, Samuel H. Davis of Buffalo, called on northern Blacks to take part in the great battle for our rights in common with other citizens of the United States. Meeting in Buffalo around the same time was the abolitionist National Convention of the Liberty Party.
Frederick Douglass attended both conventions. For nearly a week I spoke every day in this old post office to audiences increasing in numbers and respectibility til the [Michigan Avenue] Baptist church was thrown open to me. When this became too small I went on Sunday into the open park and addressed an assembly of 4, persons.
Son Charles Remond - is born. Publishes the first of three autobiographies: The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass:Established in the summer of , the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commemoration Committee, led by Rochester Community Television and RoCo (Rochester Contemporary Art Center) in collaboration with the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives, is a group whose members have a wide-range of missions and interests; but are all dedicated to honoring the Douglass legacy throughout Samuel Frederick Smith Biography Body Measurements Height Weight and the details of actress age, shoe, waist, hip, along with body shape/type are provided.
Samuel Frederick "Sam" Smith was born on 19 May , in London, England. He was born to father Frederick Smith and mother Kate Cassidy, a banker. He is of British nationality with Caucasian ethnicity. Early life. Samuel Frederick Smith was born on 19 May in London, the son of Frederick Smith and broker Kate Cassidy.
He was an alumnus of Youth Music Theatre UK and appeared in their production of Oh!
Carol, a musical featuring the music of Neil Sedaka. Before entering the musical theatre, Smith had been in jazz bands. For a number of years he studied singing and songwriting . View more historical records for Samuel Frederick Smith Surname meaning for Smith English: occupational name for a worker in metal, from Middle English smith (Old English smið, probably a derivative of smitan ‘to strike, hammer’).
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