Free Public Tour: Civil Rights

From speaking out against the institution of slavery to fighting for equal rights, Marylanders have long played a role in the growth of Civil Rights for African Americans. In the spirit of Black History Month, come join us for a special highlights tour that tells Maryland’s Civil Rights story. Some of the highlights that will be seen will be an autographed cabinet card of Frederick Douglass, the Paul Henderson Photograph Collection, the story, and items of the 4th United States Colored Troops, and much more! Groups of 10 or more people must book a tour ahead of time.

From speaking out against the institution of slavery to fighting for equal rights, Marylanders have long played a role in the growth of Civil Rights for African Americans. In the spirit of Black History Month, come join us for a special highlights tour that tells Maryland’s Civil Rights story. Some of the highlights that will be seen will be an autographed cabinet card of Frederick Douglass, the Paul Henderson Photograph Collection, the story, and items of the 4th United States Colored Troops, and much more! Groups of 10 or more people must book a tour ahead of time.

February 7, 2019 1:00 PM   through   2:00 PM