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Frederick Douglass Resources: Finding Articles

This guide provides an overview on resources related to Frederick Douglass and his legacy.

Finding Articles

The best way to find articles is to use the library's electronic databases. These databases allow you to access thousands of magazine, journal, and newspaper articles via the Internet. You must be a registered KU student/faculty/staff member to access the library's databases.

General Databases
Click above for a list of databases useful for all types of research. These databases are good places to get started on your research.

Subject Specific Databases:

African American Studies Center

African American Newspapers

Biography Resource Center