The Development of Young Douglass-Chapter 5

5 09 2012

Find and post one supportive piece of evidence for at least TWO of the following character traits in the young Frederick Douglass.  Use chapter 5 only to complete this task. Please write only the evidence that applies to supporting your chosen statement.

1. Douglass is unrooted inwardly (in himself).

2. Douglass is unrooted externally (in place).

3. Douglass is confident and courageous.

4. Douglass is practical.

5. Douglass is hopeful.

6. Douglass believes in divine intervention and providence.

7. Douglass is intuitive.

8. Douglass has faith in God.

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