When teaching the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass I usually point to David Blight's editor's introduction to the Bedford edition in which he mentions the conflict between the two abolitionists.
In the hopes of providing some more context to the PBS series The Abolitionists, Caleb McDaniel reminds us that Douglass wrote a second autobiography in 1855 entitled My Bondage and My Freedom. In this book he goes into more detail about the events discussed in the Narrative and expounds on his differences with Garrison. Here is a taste of McDaniel's piece:
There is much more to read from this piece. Read it all here.