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NLFD - Characters

Juniors - NLFD Characters

QuestionAnswer
Mr. Plummer Overseer - A drunkard and monster
Colonel Lloyd Had 300 to 400 slaves on his home plantation. He would tar his garden fence to "catch" slaves.
Captain Anthony Fredrick's first master
Harriet Bailey Frederick Douglass's mother
Aunt Hester slave beaten severely for being in the company of Ned
Severe Name matches his disposition
Demby slave killed unjustly by Gore
Gore Overseer - one who could torture with the slightest look, word, or gesture, on the part of the slave, into impudence, and would treat it accordingly. Killed Demby.
Sophia Auld a kind woman who had not owned a slave before Douglass, she changed to cruel
Mr. Auld Sophia's husband who forbids Fredrick to learn to read and write.
Mr. Cookman loved by the slaves, believed to be a good man and emancipated his slaves
Fredrick Douglass born in Tuckahoe, in Talbot County, Maryland
Mrs. Lucretia She gave Fredrick Douglass a pair of trousers to own.
Mr. Covey A slaveholder nicknamed "the snake" by the slaves.
Created by: THSENG3