Frederick Douglass returned to Easton, Maryland in 1878 to dedicate the Asbury  Methodist Episcopal Church and the Bethel AME Church.  These two African American churches were sources of inspiration for […]

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Habitats in your garden to attract birds include seed bearing shrubs and perennials.

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    Steve Luxenberg, author and Washington Post editor, explains Frederick Douglass’ involvement in the post Civil War political landscape leading up to the decision of the Supreme Court case […]

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During the height of the great Potato Famine, Frederick Douglass visits Cork, Ireland, the city from where millions of Irish immigrated. He stays with the Jennings family whose daughter Isabel […]

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