A Letter to Harriet Tubman

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In response to Harriet Tubman’s request for a letter of commendation, Fredrick Douglas wrote a testimony of her character, hard work, and sacrifices for the sake of freedom from bondage while marking the differences in their leadership styles for the common cause. (McDougal Littell Language Network, 2002)

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