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Douglass and Garrison Meet

In September of 1838, former slave Frederick Douglass traveled to Nantucket to hear the publisher of Boston's abolitionist newspaper, William Lloyd Garrison, speak. After hearing Douglass tell his story, Garrison realized he had found the man he had been looking for. Garrison approached Douglass with a proposition.

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