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Dickson Preston Collection

Box 100

Contains materials about Frederick Douglass' life, his family, and the people who owned him as a young man, as well as materials about the way he is remembered.

Folder 1
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Genealogy of Frederick Douglass
Folder 2
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Bailey Family
Folder 3
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Copy of Bible Records
Folder 4
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Material about Perry & Eliza - Siblings of Frederick Douglass
Folder 5
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Documents-Frederick Douglass Family
Folder 6
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Black Genealogy
Folder 7
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Aaron Anthony
Folder 8
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Benjamin Auld Letters
Folder 9
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Fells Point
Folder 10
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Who owned Frederick Douglass and Manumission
Folder 11
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“Douglass Name”
Folder 12
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Frederick Douglass and the United Kingdom
Folder 13
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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Dublin Edition
Folder 14
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Information on Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass
Folder 15
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The Columbian Orator
Folder 16
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Frederick Douglass as an Orator
Folder 17
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Lynn Station Incident (1841)
Folder 18
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Lewis Douglass Letter and Notes
Folder 19
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1845 Frederick Douglass Letters
Folder 20
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Frederick Douglass Place
Folder 21
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Frederick Douglass Baltimore Visit 1864
Folder 22
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Frederick Douglass Visit to St. Michaels
Folder 23
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Easton Gazette Article, November 30, 1878
Folder 24
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Frederick Douglass Reminiscences
Folder 25
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Frederick Douglass State Marker (St. Michaels)
Folder 26
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Frederick Douglass Remembered in Baltimore
Folder 27
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Newspaper Articles about Frederick Douglass
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