Bibliography on African American Literature
Bibliography on Frederick Douglass
Lecture Notes on Douglass's Narrative
Visionaries: Frederick Douglass. This site by the National Park Service is rich in pictures
and provides a good overview of Douglass's place in American culture.
Douglass Biography Page
at the University of Rochester.
sketch and photographs at the PBS Africans in America site
Douglass and African
American soldiers in the Civil War
Douglass's papers at the Library of Congress. This site includes a search feature, a timeline of Douglass's life, page images of the handwritten letters, and his diary from his trip to Europe and Africa in 1886.
Portrait of Frederick Douglass" by Alan Rice describes Douglass's time
James Earl Jones reading Douglass's "What is the Fourth of July to the Negro?" speech (YouTube.com)
Pictures courtesy of the National