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Abolitionist Douglass walking stick added to SC museum

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – The South Carolina State Museum is now home to a walking stick given to abolitionist Frederick Douglass when he visited Charleston in 1888.

Douglass escaped slavery before the Civil War and spent his life trying to abolish slavery. After the Civil War, he made speeches reminding …

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