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The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog

Douglass, Tubman take their place of honor in the Md. State House (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — Bronze statues of two Maryland-born former slaves and leaders of the abolition movement Monday night joined a bronze likeness of George Washington in the Maryland State House. The statues of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass take their places within the historic Old House Chamber as part of an permanent interpretive history display designed to bring ...

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