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Frederick Douglass, the famed African-American abolitionist, served on the Board of Trustees for Storer College. In an oration at Storer in 1881, Douglass described John Brown's Raid as the opening event of the war that ended slavery.
Location:West Virginia,Harpers Ferry,25425