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Star Democrat: “Union United Methodist celebrates legacy of Frederick Douglass” (August 20, 2018)

On Sunday, August 20, 2018 Morgan State Professor and Eastern Shoreman Douglassonian Dale Glenwood Green addressed the congregation and visitors of Union United Methodist Church, a pillar in the African-American community of St. Michaels, Maryland since 1852.

With an uplifting message combining personal and local history, examples and testimonials of faith and Biblical verse Professor Green acknowledged the extensive network of his current family, which includes members of the Douglass Family and Bailey Tribe, and his ancestors which include Bishop Alexander Wayman and Reverend Samuel Green.

Thank you to Star Democrat for their continued thorough coverage of Frederick Douglass celebrations and recognition across Talbot County and the entire Shore.

Nice to meet and speak with Kayla Rivas yesterday. Hope to continue to speak with reporters of the Shore’s paper of record. Many years from now historians and family members will review these articles with assurance the Shore uplifted the legacy and heritage of its native son with the assistance of duty-bound information ministers such as Professor Green.




Union United Methodist celebrates legacy of Frederick Douglass,” Star Democrat, Monday, August 20, 2018. Front page, story p. 2. by Kayla Rivas.

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Eastern Shoreman Douglassonian Prof. Dale Green addresses Union United Methodist Church in St. Michaels [Sunday, August 19, 2018 @ 3:30pm]

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Located in the heart of St. Michaels, Maryland, Union United Methodist Church was founded in 1852 and is a member of the Peninsula-Delaware Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.

For more than 160 years this historic church has served the African-American  community and the Bay Hundred area of Talbot County.

Union United Methodist Church
201 Railroad Avenue
St Michaels, MD 21663

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