Frederick Douglass Driving Tour

Tour 14 sites related to Frederick Douglass, who was born in 1818  in Talbot County.  The locations chronicle events in Douglass' life, both as a slave and later as a free man. Drive to Tappers Corners, Cordova, Unionville, St. Michaels, then to Easton, where a statue of the abolitionist stands near the town courthouse. The map guide costs $1. Copies are available at the Historical Society of Talbot County, the Talbot County Office of Tourism, and the Easton Welcome & Resource Center. hstc.org/toursandmuseum.htm

( Gregory Kane, Baltimore Sun / June 16, 2007 )

Tour 14 sites related to Frederick Douglass, who was born in 1818 in Talbot County. The locations chronicle events in Douglass' life, both as a slave and later as a free man. Drive to Tappers Corners, Cordova, Unionville, St. Michaels, then to Easton, where a statue of the abolitionist stands near the town courthouse. The map guide costs $1. Copies are available at the Historical Society of Talbot County, the Talbot County Office of Tourism, and the Easton Welcome & Resource Center. hstc.org/toursandmuseum.htm

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