The Columbian Orator
First published in 1797 was a popular schoolbook of its era and is the book that taught Frederick Douglass how to read. This paperback presents the original text plus supplemental stand-out speeches from throughout history that serve as fur ther examples of excellent oratory. What was true in the past will be equally true in the future. It is hoped that can once again play a part in shaping the experience of young people in this nation helping them to reach their potential and fulfill their highest expectations.
Specifications of The Columbian Orator
|Number Of Pages||349|
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