(BALTIMORE – October 26, 2022) – Interested in Frederick Douglass history? Then, do read about John Muller. He is a phenomenal scholar who knows his material well …
John Muller, author of Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C.: The Lion of Anacostia (2012) and Mark Twain in Washington, D.C.: The Adventures of a Capital Correspondent (2013), has presented widely throughout the DC-Baltimore metropolitan area at venues including the Library of Congress, Politics and Prose Bookstore, Newseum, Enoch Pratt Free Library, DC Public Library, Lincoln Group of DC, Frederick Douglass National Historic Site and local universities. Muller has been cited by the Washington Post, Washington City Paper, Baltimore Sun, Cumberland Times-News, Star Democrat, and other publications for his local history research and subject matter expertise on Frederick Douglass.
He has been featured on C-SPAN’s BookTV and C-SPAN’s American History TV, broadcast airwaves of NBC4 (Washington), WDVM (Hagerstown), WJLA (Washington), WBAL-TV (Baltimore), WMAR2 (Baltimore) and radio stations WPFW (DC), WAMU (DC), WYPR (Baltimore), WEAA (Baltimore), Delmarva Public Radio (Eastern Shore) and West Virginia Public Broadcasting. For the past decade Muller has presented widely on the local history of Frederick Douglass and contributed hundreds of articles to local and national print and online news sources, including the Washington Informer, Washington Times, Greater Greater Washington, East of the River and other local publications.
Muller and Justin McNeil are co-founders of Lost History Associates and are currently at work on forthcoming publications on Frederick Douglass in several specific regions and communities in the Mid-Atlantic area. Muller also leads localized walking tours of Frederick Douglass throughout the region.
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