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Away From Home: Frederick Douglass statue

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What: Frederick Douglass statue, Talbot County Courthouse, Easton, Md.
When: July 23
Distance from Fargo: 1,398 miles
Comments: Statue commemorating Frederick Douglass’ historic Nov. 25, 1878, speech in this courthouse, where he said: “In a composite nation like ours, as before the law, there should be no rich, no poor, no high, no low, no white, no black, but common country, common citizenship, equal rights and a common destiny.” – Mark A. Strand, Fargo

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This is a regular feature that runs in The Forum’s Travel section, where readers give us a taste of their vacation. Send us your best vacation photographs from this year’s trip, and we’ll publish the best shots. Email your vacation photos to variety@forumcomm.com . The resolution must be 200 dpi. Be sure to include contact information, as well as information about where and when the photo was taken, and a few comments about it.

 

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