Untapped Cities piece about Frederick Douglass in NYC

The hymnal Frederick Douglass had with him when he escaped from slavery in 1838

The hymnal Frederick Douglass had with him when he escaped from slavery in 1838. It would have been in his bag he carried when he arrived in New York City, newly free.

Hello friends of Ordinary Philosophy!

The travel site Untapped Cities just published a piece of mine about Frederick Douglass in New York City: 7 Haunts of Abolitionist Frederick Douglass in NYC

Hope you find it of interest!

– Amy

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