Archive for July 8th, 2018

Thank you to The Seymours of St. Michaels, Maryland for uplifting local history and Douglassonianism

The Seymours, legends in the study and promotion of local history, were kind enough to welcome myself, Honorable Tarence Bailey and Mrs. Kate Fones of the St. Michaels Museum to their home to discuss all matters of Douglassonianism and the Shore.

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L-R: Tarence Bailey, Mr. Seymour, Kate Fones, Mrs. Seymour

Mr. George A. Seymour is the author of a local guide to Douglass (Bailey) sites in and around St. Michaels. Additionally, word on the street is the young man in his early 90s was a leading force for having Route 33 renamed for Dr. Frederick (Bailey) Douglass.

Mr. Seymour is not just a St. Michaels Douglassonian, he is a radical Douglassonian in the spirit of Dickson J. Preston.

Thank you for all the work you have done to uplift history and generosity in sharing it with the public.

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L-R: Tarence Bailey, Kate Fones, Mrs. Seymour, John Muller

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