History Happy Hour: Frederick Douglass

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Presented by Sandy Spring Museum at Sandy Spring Museum, Sandy Spring MD

Dec 07, 2018

History Happy Hour: Frederick Douglass

Hear the story of Douglass’s professional and personal life, from his involvement in politics and newspaper media, to his then-controversial marriage to a white woman, as told by author and historian, and Sherwood High School graduate, John Muller.

The remarkable journey of Frederick Douglass from fugitive slave to famed orator and author is well documented, yet little has been written about Douglass’s final years in Washington, D.C. After years of success as an advocate for the rights of African Americans and women, he moved to the district, and became a prominent city official. Hear the story of Douglass’s professional and personal life, from his involvement in politics and newspaper media, to his then-controversial marriage to a

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