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Lesson 10: Compare and contrast emancipation stories

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Students compare and contrast the emancipation experiences of Keckley and Douglass. They also examine Douglass's attitudes about slavery and compare and contrast them with Keckley’s, by the gathering of text evidence, discussion, and writing.

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