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Frederick Douglass was a leader of the movement in the prior to the War. He was born a in Maryland and eventually to the North. He founded an antislavery called the , which he published for 13 years. He participated in the first women’s rights at Seneca Falls in 1848 and wrote three . Douglass also served as an to President during the Civil War and helped African Americans into the army. After the war, he held several public and campaigned for full rights for Americans and women’s .