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Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass in Easton, Maryland (Talbot County)

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Talbot County Courthouse

11 North Washington Street

Easton, MD 21601

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Join historian and author John Muller on a walk through Easton, Maryland, highlighting the consequential histoy of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass across more than a half-century from his enslavement in Talbot County to his return following the Civil War as Marshal of the District of Columbia and visit to a local school house in the 1890s.

Using historic research and anecdotes our guide will lead the group on a walk through time, exploring the connections of Douglass to extant public buildings, churches and "The Hill" neighborhood.

Questions and photography are encouraged throughout the walking tour!

All tickets – $25

(Proceeds of the tour will support a local non-profit working with young adults and/or a local organization working to uplift local history.)

Meet on the grounds of the Talbot County Courthouse, 11 North Washington Street in Easton.

Wear walking shoes, total distance covered is 1.5 miles.

Parts of the tour may not be accessible for people with mobility issues. Tour is not ADA accessible.

Parking is available on nearby streets and behind the courthouse, adjacent to the library.

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Talbot County Courthouse

11 North Washington Street

Easton, MD 21601

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

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