Archive for January 15th, 2021

Register -> “Frederick Douglass and the UGRR (Underground Railroad) – Livestream Tour” – Sunday, February 14, 2021 @ 4:00 PM (*added due to popular demand*)

Frederick Douglass and the UGRR (Underground Railroad) - Livestream Tour

Join us for an online/virtual tour of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass heritage sites in Maryland and Washington, D.C., as well a discussion on how Frederick successfully escaped from Baltimore City in 1838 and succeeded to be an active conductor on the Underground Railroad at his home in Rochester, New York en route to Canada until the eve of the Civil War. Learn about his connections to John Brown!

Our program will focus on Frederick Douglass’ inspirational life and feature many of the sites within the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore metropolitan area associated with his life. We’ll include an overview of the Eastern Shore, Baltimore City, Old Anacostia, as well as Harper’s Ferry in West Virginia.

Your hosts for this program are John Muller, co-founder of Lost History USA (www.losthistoryUSA.com) and author of Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C.: The Lion of Anacostia, and Justin McNeil, co-founder of Lost History USA.

The program is being offered in partnership with Robert Kelleman, founder/director of the non-profit community organization Washington, DC History & Culture. Robert has led many in-person tours of Underground Railroad sites in Maryland and Washington, DC.

*** REGISTER HERE ***

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Thank you to WBAL for interviewing Lost History Associates John Muller & Justin McNeil in Fell’s Point for forthcoming feature on the Lost History of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass

Thank you to reporter Lisa Robinson and cameraman Steve Adams of WBAL (NBC) for taking time Thursday, January 14, 2021 to walk and talk with John Muller and Justin McNeil of Lost History Associates in Fell’s Point about the lost history of Frederick (Bailey) Douglass in Baltimore.

Check your local listings for a forthcoming feature(s) and/or circle back to this blog upon the first of February 2021 for more information. 


Justin McNeil, co-founder of Lost History Associates, speaks with WBAL in Fell’s Point, Baltimore.


John Muller, co-founder of Lost History Associates, speaks with WBAL in Fell’s Point, Baltimore.

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