Posts Tagged Civil War Trails

“Hon. Frederick (Bailey) Douglass & Methodist Camp Meetings on the Tuckahoe: The Sacred Lost History of Frederick Douglass on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Cambridge, Centreville, Chestertown, Denton, Easton, Elkton, Hillsboro, Oxford, Port Deposit, Perryville, Princess Anne, Queenstown, Ridgely, Rising Sun, Salisbury, St. Michaels, Wye House” (Fair Use – Civil War Trail sign draft;) All research, content and lost history property of Old Anacostia Douglassonians.

Flyer - Fortune & Douglass _ draft (36)


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Professionalism is paramount. We can no longer dither on the sacred and lost history.

As Richard Sherman told Michael Crabtree, “Don’t you ever talk about me and my research.” And I won’t name names but I will.

Don’t you ever talk about me and my research. Ever.

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“Massachusetts 54th Drummer Boy to Delmarva Publisher & Preacher to the White House: The Lost History of Rev. H. A. Monroe, Godson of Frederick Douglass” (Fair Use – Civil War Trail sign draft; Waugh Chapel UMC, Cambridge, Maryland; Dorchester County) All research, content and lost history property of Old Anacostia Douglassonians.

Flyer - Fortune & Douglass _ draft (34)


Fair use is any copying of copyrighted material done for a limited and “transformative” purpose, such as to comment upon, criticize, or parody a copyrighted. This is fair use of the template of Civil War Trails, Inc.

Professionalism is paramount. We can no longer dither on the sacred and lost history.

As Richard Sherman told Michael Crabtree, “Don’t you ever talk about me and my research.” And I won’t name names but I will.

Don’t you ever talk about me and my research. Ever.


NOTE:

Dorchester Star; September 17, 2019; Muller returns to Shore to present lost history of Frederick Douglass’ godson

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