Can someone help me with my annotated bib please

Here is all the readings for it I will start getting you what it is after you say you can help me.

Omar ibn Said (Introduction – “Further Reading”)

Autobiography of Omar ibn Said, Slave in North Carolina (1831)

Frederick Douglass (Introduction – “Further Reading”)

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. Written by Himself. (1845)

Chapters 1 and, pp. 156 – 162

Chapters 6, 7, 8, and 9, pp. 169 – 181

“What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July” (1852)

William Wells Brown (Introduction – “Further Reading”)

From Narrative of William Wells Brown, an American Slave. Written by Himself. (1847, 1850)

Notes to the Fourth American Edition to Chapter 4 pp. 223 – 234

From The Escape; or, a Leap for Freedom: A Drama in Five Acts (1858)

Your Choice – read ANY TWO acts

Martin Robison Delany (Introduction – “Further Reading”)

From The Condition, Elevation, Emigration, and Destiny of the Colored People of the United States (1852)

Chapter 1. Condition of Many Classes in Europe Considered

Chapter 2. Comparative Conditions of the Colored People of the United States

Your Choice – read ANY ONE of the following chapters

Chapter 3. American Colonization

Chapter 4. Our Elevation in the United States

Chapter 5. Means of Elevation

Chapter 6. The United States Our Country

Chapter 17. Emigration of the Colored People of the United States

Chapter 23. A Glance at Ourselves – Conclusion

Harriet Adams Wilson

From Our Nig, or Sketches from the Life of a Free Black

Preface, Chapter 1 and 2

Harriet Jacobs (Introduction – “Further Reading”)

  • From Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. Written by Herself. (1861)
    • Chapters1- 6 (childhood); Chapter 7 (love); Chapter 37 (England)
    • Your Choice – read ANY ONE GROUP ofthe following chapters
      • 8 – 9; 22 (life as a slave)
      • 12 – 13 (religion, Nat Turner)
      • 3 – 4, 7, 10 – 11 (motherhood & Sexual Oppression/Harassment)
      • 3 – 4, 7, 14 – 16 (motherhood & Sexual Oppression/Harassment)
      • 17 – 21 (escape)
      • 23 – 29 (escape)
      • 30 – 41 (life in the north: Jim Crow, passing, tenuous freedom, Fugitive Slave Law)
      • I will just send you something for the ones that say pick anyone group or chapter.