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Sites from the Frederick African American History Walking Tour
  • Presented By AARCH Society
  • 11/30/2022
  • Frederick Community College
  • 7932 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, MD 21703
  • 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Free (with one-time registration fee)
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    Overview

    This lecture will highlight the places featured in the AARCH walking tour including the Old Hill Church, Asbury UMC, Sam Jenks Cafe, Pythian Castle, Elks Lodge, Lincoln High School, and establishments listed in the Greenbook.

    All programs in the "African American History Lecture Series" hosted by Frederick Community College are free (after one-time $9 registration fee). REGISTRATION CAN BE FOUND HERE 

    The African American History lecture series, which was organized for FCC and is presented by instructors from the African American Resources Cultural and Heritage (AARCH) Society, offer opportunities to expand the knowledge and understanding of the students about present-day Frederick by learning about the history of African Americans in Frederick County. The lectures provide both regional and national perspectives ranging from 18th century Enslavement to Genealogy as well as perspectives on contemporary life in the county. 

     

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