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The Columbia Orator

The Frederick Douglass Free Public Library

Ken Blackwell | Posted 11.20.2013 | DC
Ken Blackwell

He was born in a dirt floor slave cabin in Maryland's Talbot County. He died at Cedar Hill, his stately Victorian mansion in the nation's capital. There are few stories of our history as inspiring as that of Frederick Douglass. And his passion for learning can be an example for today's young people of all races and creeds.