A runaway slave turned abolitionist, orator, writer, preacher, and statesman, Frederick Douglass believed in equality for all people regardless of race, gender, or immigrant status. He fought for both emancipation and women's suffrage and many of his speeches today still resonate. This water bottle features Douglass’s home, Cedar Hill. Douglass bought Cedar Hill against the law of the time. He bought it for its natural beauty, and its view of the Capitol. This water bottle shows Cedar Hill in late afternoon with the spring flowers out, the cedar trees for which it's named around the perimeter, and a golden sky. Add it to your collection today.
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