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Sat, 08.12.1922

The Frederick Douglass House Becomes a National Memorial

F. Douglas House

*On this date in 1922, the home of Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C. was dedicated as a national memorial.


Reference Library of Black America Volumes 1 through 5
Edited by Mpho Mabunda
Copyright 1998, Gale Research, Detroit, MI

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