Frederick Douglass African American Journal
A wire bound journal adorned with the beautiful black art of Thomas Blackshear. Artistically captured in tremendous detail is Frederick Douglass, sitting in font of a clipping of the newspaper, "The North Star," for which he is responsible for publishing. Frequently he discussed the abolishing of slavery and the importance of including African American men in the Union Army. Enclosed in a sturdy, heavy-duty cover and finished in a matte coating, this beautiful journal measures 8.5 x 6.25 inches and has 128 pages.