He didn't want them to fight at first. But then he realized he needed the most people he could get to fight the British so he let them fight. Plus the British promised the African Americans their freedom if they fought with them. So there's another reason he wanted them.
Africa is a continent, it covers an area of 30.2 million square kilometres (11.7 million square miles).
Its inhabitants have a vast array of languages, by most estimates, well over a thousand languages (UNESCO has estimated around two thousand) are spoken in Africa.
One cannot - therefore - give a one or two word answer to this question.
He wrote in a Narrative writing however it is difficult to go in depth with his writing style. He was a slave so he did not get a good education and made many spelling errors in his work due to his poor education.
Fredrick Douglas wanted to end slavery because he was a slave from day one and didn't want anyone to go through what he went through. He escaped being a slave and became a self educated writer and abolitionist. He believed everyone should get a chance to live and be free with out being told what to do and have to be frowned upon because of their color or race.
Frederick Douglass was an abolitionist, author, editor, public speaker and diplomat.
He wanted to tell about his life and what he went though.
Frederick Douglass childhood was hard he was separated from his mother because the slave owners did not want them to grow a bond. The older lady on the plantation took care of him since she was unable to work. He called her grandmother. What is even worse is Fred's first childhood memory was seeing his aunt get tied up and whipped.
Frederick Douglass never went to college, but when he was about 12 years old, Sophia Auld would teach Frederick Douglass the Alphabet until, her husband, Hugh Auld stopped her saying it would cause slaves to rebel
I suffered much from hunger but much more from cold
The Great House Farm in Talbot County, Maryland.
Douglass spent his time as an abolitionist lecturing, writing, and meeting with government officials during the Civil War trying to convince the powers that be to put blacks in uniform and let them fight. Eventually, over 250,000 blacks served in the Union armies.
He did so to publicize the plight of the American slave and raise awareness for Abolitionism.
Fredrick Douglas urged president Lincoln to act on slavery because of the deplorable conditions that they were being subjected to.
because he believed abolitionists must fight slavery at its source.
his life growing up was rough because he was born into slavery
it is when you write about the main events of the story.
Frederick Douglass made three attempts to escape to freedom. On his third and final attempt, at age 20, he boarded a train wearing a sailor's uniform and carrying identification papers obtained from a free black seaman. He made his way to the safe house of abolitionist David Ruggles in New York.
Due to his fame after his autobiography was published, Frederick Douglass was sent on a speaking tour of Ireland by his antislavery friends, so as to prevent his recapture. While in Ireland and Britain, his British supporters collected enough money to buy his freedom from his owner.
James Meredith was the first black man to go to college.
This answer is not entirely accurate. James Meredith was the first African American to attend the University of Mississippi; however, if you are going to answer the question of the first, black man to attend college, the furthest I can find is 1870 - when a former slave by the name of James Webster Smith was admitted into the United States Military Academy at West Point. He did not graduate; however, 3 years later Henry O. Flipper was admitted... in which he graduated in 1877 as West Points first blackgraduate.
Of you have Richard Greener, the first African-American graduate of Harvard also in 1870.
Those using the stars as navigation, such as sailor who have no other landmarks to navigate with, can find the brightest star (the North Star) with relative ease and use its near-unerroring position in the sky, to devine the desired direction of their destination.