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Douglass, Frederick. Oration, delivered at Corinthian Hall, Rochester. 1852. Edited by Paul L. Hebert, ver. 1.0., CUNY Student Editions, 2020. https://cuny.manifoldapp.org/projects/oration-delivered-in-corinthian-hall-rochester
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. The text is prepared based the text’s first publication, a short pamphlet, published by request, in Rochester by Lee, Mann and Company, 1852. The speech has generally been better known as “What to the Negro is July 4th.” Spelling and formatting have been retained including italics and capitals.
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Version 1.0. Published 1 Dec. 2019.
Paul L. Hebert is a Teaching Fellow at Queens College, CUNY and a doctoral candidate in English at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Paul's research focuses on nineteenth-century American and trans-atlantic literature. He has published essays and presented at conferences about maritime narratives in nineteenth-century popular culture and open-access pedagogy.
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