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Frederick Douglass, Abolitionist and Advisor to the President:  Douglass Picture Puzzle

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PART FOUR TASKS

LOCATE THE TASKS WITHIN THE FREDERICK DOUGLASS PICTURE PUZZLE

Using this Picture Puzzle:

1.  There are 12 hotspots within the picture.  They will show when the hyper icon appears (usually a link hand).  Click into the link (TASK) when you find them.

2.  After clicking into, look over the new links for information.  Click into them and read them.  Some are long, some are short. 

3. Answer the question or questions using the links in the TASK

4. Some TASKS are connected to another TASK or sometimes two others.  Work with them together.

5. Keep a notebook with Douglass Project TASK results.  Write essays as requested, or answer questions provided. 


 THE IMAGES

A Poster Announcing a Lecture by Frederick Douglass

After walking at Cedar Hill in the early morning, Frederick Douglass would settle at his desk to write a lecture. (Interdisciplinary Conference on Frederick Douglass, The Frederick Douglass Institute)


TWELVE TASKS:

Task #1-- Lincolnís First Inaugural Address, which did not please Frederick Douglass and other abolitionists in the country.

Task #2-- Conductor for the Underground

Task #3-- A Civil War Timeline using the Smithsonian Timeline and Using the Buffalo Soldiers Site Timeline.

Task #4-- A Civil War time-line study of African-Americans in the Army during the Civil War:  what happened and when

Task #5-- Douglassí three complaints to the President; resulting improvement of conditions for black soldiers in the War, and why this came about.

Task #6-- As a slave and a free-mans

Task #7-- Conductor for the underground

Task #8--Three LEARNINGS for a successful

Task #9-- Equality for African Americans 

Task #10-- After the Civil War, and the work toward equality and citizenship

Task #11-- Lincoln and Douglass compared and contrasted

Task #12-- A comparison of Martin Luther King Jr. to Frederick Douglass, and their respective times.

Task #13-- "How to read and write" by Frederick Douglass

Task #14-- "Being a Self-Made Man"

Task #15-- "Escape from Slavery"


Frederick Douglass Activity "Parts"

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