Fredrick Douglas and Harriet Jacobs

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This began the shaping of Douglass' mind against the institution. Around age seven or eight, Douglass was sent to Baltimore to be a servant for his original master's son-in-law's brother, Hugh Auld. Douglass' cousin told him the city was beautiful and Douglass knew it couldn't be any worse than the plantation...
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When Douglass meets his new owners, he described Hugh Auld's wife, Sophia Auld, as having a kindly face. Douglass learned what might have been one of his biggest lessons as a slave from these overseers. Sophia, the wife of Hugh Auld, had never owned a slave before, therefore she treated him almost as if he were a child of hers...
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