Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written by Himself Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Who says, "I speak advisedly when I say this,--that killing a slave, or any colored person, in Talbot County, Maryland, is not treated as a crime, either by the courts or the community." (from Chapter 4)

2.

What is Douglass happy about receiving for his trip to help one of his master's relatives? (from Chapter 5)

3.

When were the slaves able to rest on Mr. Covey's farm? (from Chapter 10)

4.

Why does Douglass not trust anyone after he escapes? (from Chapter 11)

5.

What free state does Douglass escape to? (from Chapter 11)

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