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Frederick Douglass, From Slavery to Freedom: The Journey to New York City

Emmi MacIntyre
Gallery Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Extended Gallery Hours: Thursdays in Feb., 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Through March 1. , Tuesday February 12 | Free.

Nationally-recognized Lincoln historian Gary Kersey will speak about French-born American Quaker abolitionist, Anthony Benezet.  The national touring exhibit explores slavery and abolition through the life of Frederick Douglass, one of the most famous men in 19th century America.



Where: Quaker Heritage Center of Wilmington College
Phone: 937-382-6661 x719
Address: 1870 Quaker Way, Pyle Center 1182
Website: http://www2.wilmington.edu/qhc/index.cfm

Quaker Heritage Center of Wilmington College

1870 Quaker Way, Pyle Center 1182
Wilmington, OH
45177
 
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