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Title Work

Title No: 4890

Title: Frederick Douglass

Medium: Moving Image

Original Medium: Film

Date: 1965 (Release)

Original Summary:
"Tells the story of Frederick Douglass, a fugitive slave, who dared to reveal his identity to work for abolition.  From the Profiles in Courage series."--Audiovisual Materials Catalog 2002-2007 by Audiovisual Services of St. Louis Public Schools.

"A documentary profile of Frederick Douglass. Discusses the contributions of Frederick Douglass, a former slave, to the Negro movement and to the American government in his roles as secretary of the Santo Domingo Commission, Marshall and Recorder of Deeds of the District of Columbia, and as United States Minister to Haiti. Shows Douglass' pre-Civil War activities--addressing abolitionist meetings, expounding his views on slavery and slaveholders, and risking his recapture by publishing the story of his escape from slavery."--WorldCat.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 48 min 

Genres: Educational

Subjects: Antislavery movements; Aboltionists--United States--Biography; African American abolitionists--Biography; Radicalism--United States--History--19th century; Racism--United States--Psychological aspects--History--19th century

Name As Subjects: Douglass, Frederick

BroadcasterNational Broadcasting Company, Inc.
ResearchNevins, Allan
CreatorRobert Saudek Associates.
Distribution CompanyRobert Saudek Associates.
Source of MaterialSt. Louis Public Schools (Saint Louis, Mo.)

Items x5

4890-1Safety Film : Viewing print 
4890-2Safety Film : Viewing print 
4890-3Safety Film : Viewing print 
4890-4Safety Film : Viewing print 
4890-5Safety Film : Viewing print 

Contained By x1

Title NoTitle
4819St. Louis Public Schools educational film library