Students will dig deeper into the lives of these two leaders of the abolitionist movement. Students read a summary of Frederick Douglass's life and answer questions as well as create illustrations. A summary of John Brown's life is followed by questions and a newspaper article. After the information has been digested, students complete an organizer with primary source quotes from these two men. Based on what students have learned, they must determine which of the two said the quote and then prove why they believe they are correct.
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