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RPCSAdamsCaroline11adamsc@rpcs.org27189HansonYouth in Fells Point
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carolineadams204@gmail.com
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BMSAlessandroMeron11
alessandrom@brynmawrschool.org
338YeagerYouth in Fells PointUnderground Railroad
Ida B. Wells and the Anti-Lynching Campaign
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BlumenthalCobey11
rblumenthal21@students.gilman.edu
3555MilesYouth in Fells Point
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RPCSBriggsEmily11BriggsE@rpcs.org417Fedash
Frederick Douglass: Early Youth as a Slave in Talbot County
Women Suffragists
Fredrick Douglass Work on Docks in Fells Point
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erbriggs28@gmail.com
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BMSChambersCallie11
ChambersC@brynmawrschool.org
391Arrogancia
Ida B. Wells and the Anti-Lynching Campaign
The Right to vote
Booker T. Washington
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ChungJoshua11jchung21@students.gilman.edu5721Leon
Frederick Douglass and William Garrison
“What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?”
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RPCSCockrellSolai11CockrellSo@rpcs.org453AndersonYouth in Fells PointUnderground Railroad
Booker Washington
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Scockrell1010@gmail.com
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RPCSDeCostaJane11decostaj@rpcs.org32223MarxYouth in Fells PointReginald F. Lewis Museum
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janeydecosta@gmail.com
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BMSForthman Vivien11forthmanv@brynmawrschool.org352CullenYouth in Fells PointUnderground Railroad
Ida B. Wells and the Anti-Lynching Campaign
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vforthman@gmail.com
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HarlanBenson11jbharlan@students.gilman.eduSchmickDoulgass and Brown
Frederick Douglass: On Slave Songs
Frederick Douglass: Work on the Docks in Fells Point and Escape to Freedom
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IrelandLogan11lireland21@students.gilman.edu4904Leon
Frederick Douglass and William Garrison
Frederick Douglass Walking Tour of St. Michaels
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RPCSJohnsonMeg11JohnsonM@rpcs.org427BissellYouth in Fells PointUnderground Railroad
Frederick Douglass: Work on the Docks in Fells Point and Escape to Freedom
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meggj611@gmail.com
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BMSKhanujaTahra11KhanujaT@brynmawrschool.org361Arrogancia
Ida B. Wells and the Anti-Lynching Campaign
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Paternotte Miles11
cpaternotte21@students.gilman.edu
3552FollensbeeDouglas and John Brown
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SongMatthew11msong21@students.gilman.edu5715GamperJohn BrownColonization
Booker Washington
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RPCSTerrillSamantha11TerrillS@rpcs.org441
Frederick Douglass: Early Youth as a Slave in Talbot County
Women Suffragists
Fredrick Douglass Work on Docks in Fells Point
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WittstadtBeck11
bwittstadt21@students.gilman.edu
3610Wrenn
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