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Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Cambridge

Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Cambridge

Apr 04 10:00AM - 11:30AM
With the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial being recognized throughout the country, and world, the local impact and significance of his consequential life has been largely overlooked.Join local…
 
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Lost History of Frederick Douglass in Cecil County, Maryland

Lost History of Frederick Douglass in Cecil County, Maryland

May 09 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Join local history enthusiasts and community leaders for a debut presentation detailing the largely unknown history of Frederick Douglass visiting Port Deposit and speaking at a local church in…
 
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Walking Tour of the Churches of Frederick Douglass

Walking Tour of the Churches of Frederick Douglass

Dec 21 9:30AM - 11:00AM
Join local reporter and historian John Muller on a special evening walking tour through Old Anacostia and Barry Farm, examining the history of the neighborhood churches Frederick Douglass regularly…
 
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Walking Tour:  The Lost History of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass in Baltimore, 1824 - 1895

Walking Tour: The Lost History of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass in Baltimore, 1824 - 1895

Nov 17 9:30AM - 11:00AM
Join local history enthusiasts and community leaders for a debut waking tour exploring the unknown and lost history of Frederick Douglass in Baltimore City over the course of more than a…
 
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Frederick Douglass in Capitol Hill Walking Tour

Frederick Douglass in Capitol Hill Walking Tour

Nov 16 9:00AM - 10:15AM
Meet outside the Library of Congress to learn more about the history of Frederick Douglass and the Capitol Hill neighborhood from the era of the Civil War to the administration of Gilded Age…
 
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Lost History Walking Tour: Frederick Douglass in Frederick City

Lost History Walking Tour: Frederick Douglass in Frederick City

Nov 09 10:00AM - 11:30AM
Known for its national and local Civil War heritage Frederick City, as a crossroads between Baltimore and Washington City, has a larger and fuller history during Reconstruction with the establishment…
 
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Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Old Denton

Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Old Denton

Nov 02 9:30AM - 11:00AM
Following thesuccessful presentation of "Lost History: Frederick Douglass in Caroline County" this past February at the Denton Library local historian John Muller returns to town to offer a unique…
 
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Walking Tour:  The Lost History of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass in Baltimore, 1824 - 1895

Walking Tour: The Lost History of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass in Baltimore, 1824 - 1895

Nov 02 9:30AM - 10:45AM
Join local history enthusiasts and community leaders for a debut waking tour exploring the unknown and lost history of Frederick Douglass in Baltimore City over the course of more than a…
 
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Lost History: Frederick Douglass in Queen Annes County, Maryland

Lost History: Frederick Douglass in Queen Annes County, Maryland

Oct 20 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Join local history enthusiasts and community leaders for a debut presentation detailing the previously unknown history of Marshal Frederick Douglass visiting and speaking to more than 500 hundred…
 
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Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Denton

Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Denton

Oct 20 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Following thesuccessful presentation of "Lost History: Frederick Douglass in Caroline County" this past February at the Denton Library local historian John Muller returns to town to offer a unique…
 
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Frederick Douglass in the Mid-Shore: Walking Tour of Cambridge (Dorchester County) & Denton (Caroline County)

Frederick Douglass in the Mid-Shore: Walking Tour of Cambridge (Dorchester County) & Denton (Caroline County)

Oct 19 9:00AM - 2:00PM
Emergent scholarship detailing unknown visits Frederick Douglass made to the Mid-Shore area of the Delmarva has generated fresh reflections and opened new interpretations of the lost history of…
 
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Frederick Douglass in Capitol Hill Walking Tour

Frederick Douglass in Capitol Hill Walking Tour

Oct 13 9:00AM - 10:15AM
Meet outside the Library of Congress to learn more about the history of Frederick Douglass and the Capitol Hill neighborhood from the era of the Civil War to the administration of Gilded Age…
 
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County Roads Lost History: Howard University & MoCo Kinship Communities

County Roads Lost History: Howard University & MoCo Kinship Communities

Oct 12 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Explore the unknown and lost history of Howard University's deep connections to local communities of Montgomery County, Maryland.
 
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Frederick Douglass in Capitol Hill Walking Tour

Frederick Douglass in Capitol Hill Walking Tour

Sep 27 5:30PM - 6:45PM
Meet outside the Library of Congress to learn more about the history of Frederick Douglass and the Capitol Hill neighborhood from the era of the Civil War to the administration of Gilded Age…
 
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Lost History of Dr. Frederick (Bailey) Douglas on the Lower Shore and Solomon Saul T. Houston of Salisbury City

Lost History of Dr. Frederick (Bailey) Douglas on the Lower Shore and Solomon Saul T. Houston of Salisbury City

Sep 21 6:00PM - 7:30PM
Following last fall's presentation of "The Lost History of Frederick Douglass in Cambridge, Maryland," at the Harriet Tubman Museum and Educational Center, historian and journalist John Muller…
 
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Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Easton, Maryland (Talbot County)

Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Easton, Maryland (Talbot County)

Sep 21 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Join historian and author John Muller on a walk through Easton, Maryland, highlighting the consequential histoy of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass across more than a half-century from his enslavement in…
 
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Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Cambridge

Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Cambridge

Sep 21 9:00AM - 10:30AM
With the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial being recognized throughout the country, and world, the local impact and significance of his consequential life has been largely overlooked.Join local…
 
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Lost History: Rev. H. A. Monroe, Godson to Frederick Douglass and Publisher of The Eastern Shore's Only Black Newspaper

Lost History: Rev. H. A. Monroe, Godson to Frederick Douglass and Publisher of The Eastern Shore's Only Black Newspaper

Sep 20 6:30PM - 8:30PM
Following last fall's presentation of "The Lost History of Frederick Douglass in Cambridge, Maryland," at the Harriet Tubman Museum and Educational Center, historian and journalist John Muller…
 
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Lost History Walking Tour: Frederick Douglass in Frederick City

Lost History Walking Tour: Frederick Douglass in Frederick City

Sep 07 4:00PM - 5:30PM
Known for its national and local Civil War heritage Frederick City, as a crossroads between Baltimore and Washington City, has a larger and fuller history during Reconstruction with the establishment…
 
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Lost History Walking Tour: Frederick Douglass in Frederick City

Lost History Walking Tour: Frederick Douglass in Frederick City

Sep 07 2:00PM - 3:30PM
Known for its national and local Civil War heritage Frederick City, as a crossroads between Baltimore and Washington City, has a larger and fuller history during Reconstruction with the establishment…
 
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Walking Tour: Lost History of Frederick Douglass in Hagerstown

Walking Tour: Lost History of Frederick Douglass in Hagerstown

Sep 07 10:15AM - 11:30AM
In 1879 United States Marshal Frederick Douglass traveled the rails to Hub City," delivering an address at the Washington County Courthouse to benefit the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church…
 
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Walking Tour: Lost History of Frederick Douglass in Hagerstown

Walking Tour: Lost History of Frederick Douglass in Hagerstown

Sep 07 8:30AM - 9:45AM
In 1879 United States Marshal Frederick Douglass traveled the rails to Hub City," delivering an address at the Washington County Courthouse to benefit the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church…