Historys Greatest Speeches - Vol. III Audiobook, by Frederick Douglass Play Audiobook Sample
Historys Greatest Speeches - Vol. III Audiobook, by Frederick Douglass Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: Mike Nussbaum, Kevin Theis, Amir Abdullah, Sara Nichols, Joseph Wycoff, Leandro Cano, Paul Stroili Publisher: SoundCraft Audiobooks Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 1.50 hours at 1.5x Speed 1.13 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: March 2021 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781662182143

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44:49 minutes

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The most profound and important speeches ever delivered are here collected in this anthology, featuring some of the most influential figures in world history. From ancient times to the American Revolution to as recently as this past century, Fort Raphael Publishing has here collected seven of the most important and iconic speeches of all time. Featuring such disparate historical characters as Moses, Pericles, Maximilien Robespierre, Thomas Jefferson, Chief Speckled Snake, Frederick Douglass and Marie Curie, this collection of powerful and moving speeches pays tribute to these great world leaders and the words they used to inspire millions. This is the third volume of this series.

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About the Authors

Frederick Douglass (1818–1895), né Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, was born into slavery in Maryland. Upon successfully escaping slavery—on his third attempt—in 1838, Douglass became one of the key leaders of the abolitionist movement in the United States. An extremely gifted orator, he repeatedly risked his own freedom as an antislavery speaker, writer, and statesman. A firm believer in equality for all people, including Native Americans, women, and immigrants, Douglass was also an activist in the women’s suffrage movement. He died in Washington DC, shortly after he attended a meeting of the National Council of Women, where he had received a standing ovation for his enormous contribution to human rights.

Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), a Founding Father and primary author of the Declaration of Independence, was born in Virginia into a wealthy and socially prominent family. Considered eloquent in his writing, Jefferson took on much of the writing needed by the Virginia House of Burgesses and the Continental Congress, both of which he was a member. In 1800 Jefferson was elected president in a tie vote that ironically was decided by Alexander Hamilton. In 1809, after two terms as president, Jefferson returned to his home in Monticello, where he developed, among other projects, plans for the University of Virginia. In addition, he sold his collection of books to the government to form the basis of the Library of Congress.

Steve Cook is a voice talent and audiobook narrator.