Frederick Douglass from Slavery to Freedom: The Journey to New York City

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March 7 – April 4, 2013 Location: Alice Deal Middle School, 3815 Fort Drive, Washington, DC
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Alice Deal Middle School, 3815 Fort Drive, Washington, DC

A panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that uses images, broadsides, and letters to explore the early life of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave in Maryland, he made a daring escape to New York City in 1838. Once free, Douglass fought to end slavery and championed civil rights for all Americans.

February 4 – March 1, 2013 Location: Quaker Heritage Center of Wilmington College, Pyle Center 1182, 1870 Quaker Way, Wilmington, OH
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Quaker Heritage Center of Wilmington College, Pyle Center 1182, 1870 Quaker Way, Wilmington, OH

A panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that uses images, broadsides, and letters to explore the early life of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave in Maryland, he made a daring escape to New York City in 1838. Once free, Douglass fought to end slavery and championed civil rights for all Americans.

February 1 – March 1, 2013 Location: Roosevelt High School, 6941 N. Central Street, Portland, OR
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Roosevelt High School, 6941 N. Central Street, Portland, OR

A panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that uses images, broadsides, and letters to explore the early life of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave in Maryland, he made a daring escape to New York City in 1838. Once free, Douglass fought to end slavery and championed civil rights for all Americans.

February 1 – 28, 2013 Location: Grand Prairie Main Library, 901 Conover Drive, Grand Prairie, TX
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Grand Prairie Main Library, 901 Conover Drive, Grand Prairie, TX

A panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that uses images, broadsides, and letters to explore the early life of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave in Maryland, he made a daring escape to New York City in 1838. Once free, Douglass fought to end slavery and championed civil rights for all Americans.

January 31 – February 28, 2013 Location: St. Thomas Aquinas College, 125 Rt. 340, Sparkill, NY
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St. Thomas Aquinas College, 125 Rt. 340, Sparkill, NY

A panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that uses images, broadsides, and letters to explore the early life of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave in Maryland, he made a daring escape to New York City in 1838. Once free, Douglass fought to end slavery and championed civil rights for all Americans.

January 3 – 30, 2013 Location: Nathan Hale High School, 11601 W. Lincoln Avenue, West Allis, WI
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Nathan Hale High School, 11601 W. Lincoln Avenue, West Allis, WI

A panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that uses images, broadsides, and letters to explore the early life of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave in Maryland, he made a daring escape to New York City in 1838. Once free, Douglass fought to end slavery and championed civil rights for all Americans.

New Haven, Conn. (July 25, 2012)— Yale University’s Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition has announced the finalists for the Fourteenth Annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize, one of the most coveted awards for the study of the African American experience. Jointly sponsored by the Gilder Lehrman Institute and the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at Yale University, this annual prize of $25,000 recognizes the best book on slavery, resistance, and/or abolition.

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[Carte de visite of Anna Douglass]

Powelson (fl. 1880) [Carte de visite of Anna Douglass]

GLC #: GLC07752.03 Date: 1880 ca. Object Type: Photograph