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  • small, historic neighborhood of Anacostia, is immediately across the Frederick Douglass Bridge from the recently built Nationals Ballpark. Most D.C. metro
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  • Apollo Theater, 253 W 125th St (between Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and Frederick Douglass Blvd; Subway: or train to 125th St), ☎ +1 212 531-5300. The legendary
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  • Park, Anacostia 38.8633-76.9853  Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, Anacostia — Former home of Frederick Douglass, a leader of the abolitionist movement
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  • Coast. Denton Easton — another historic town near the birthplace of Frederick Douglass. Harmony Ocean City — the popular beachside resort town, known best
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  • small, historic neighborhood of Anacostia, is immediately across the Frederick Douglass Bridge from the newly built Nationals Ballpark. Georgetown is
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  • a center for social progressivism. The great abolitionist orator Frederick Douglass made his home here for many years, and suffragist Susan B. Anthony
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  • and also often north of Central Park, where it is officially named Frederick Douglass Boulevard). The entire park is 2.5 miles long by one-half mile wide
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  • imposition of taxes on the colonies. The building was enlarged in 1806. Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, and Lucy Stone brought their struggles for
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  • twentieth century and stayed there. To put it in symbolic terms, Frederick Douglass was raised in East Baltimore, Thurgood Marshall in West Baltimore
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  • progressivism in race relations. It was the home of abolitionist Frederick Douglass and the first of the formerly-segregated U.S. cities to integrate
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  • is the original campus of the University System of Maryland.  Sojourner–Douglass College. A private institution of higher learning with an Afrocentric focus
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  • Highlands shopping district, on Bardstown Road roughly from Broadway to the Douglass Loop. Often described as "bohemian", it includes art galleries, bars, coffeehouses
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  • of his other businesses, including Victory Life Insurance Company and Douglass National Bank, America's first national African-American bank. The building
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  •   Dakota Landing Golf Course, 6636 S Franklin Rd, ☎ +1 317 862-8255.   Douglass 2801 Dr. Andrew J. Brown Ave, +1 317 924-0018. Built in 1926, few hazards
    187 KB (23,675 words) - 05:22, 2 February 2016