How close is Frederick to Oakland Maryland?
It first aired in 1994, on these PBS stations. KBYU - PROVO, UTAH KOCE - ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA WMPT - ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND WCPB - SALISBURY, MARYLAND WWPB - HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND WGPT - OAKLAND, MARYLAND WFPT - FREDERICK, MARYLAND WMPB - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND WETA - WASHINGTON, D.C. WXXI - ROCHESTER, NEW YORK KCET - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA KUED - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey (he later took the name Frederick Douglass) was born into slavery in Talbot County, Maryland. At an early age Frederick was separated from his mother and lived with his maternal grandmother, Betty Bailey, in her slave shack that was located east of Tappers Corner and west of Tuckahoe Creek, near the town of Easton on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. When he was about 6 or 7 years old, his grandmother…