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Back to Frederick, Maryland. The District is significant for its role as the seat of Frederick County and as a regional market and industrial center in Maryland's Piedmont area from the 18th century to the mid 20th century.

During the Civil War, both Union and Confederate armies passed through this city on their way to Antietam in ; and parts of the Union army went north through here on the way to Gettysburg in Large numbers of wounded soldiers were brought to the city following the large battles fought nearby.

Two churches anchored the block, both given over to black members of their congregations during the Civil War: The current Asbury church dates to , and the Baptist congregation moved to another building. Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, although blocks away, was also important to the community.

During the decades after the Civil War, as the population grew and segregation policies hardened, All Saints Street developed into a black business district. By the early twentieth century, African Americans from the city and surrounding county went there for banking, grocery stores, barbershops and beauty parlors, shoe repair, restaurants, and medical care. On Friday nights and Saturdays the street was especially lively, as people converged downtown for shopping, business, cultural events, and socializing.

Children played in a small vacant lot with trees and wildflowers, or along East Street, ever mindful of the trolley that periodically rumbled down the center of the road. After integration, residents moved to other neighborhoods. Some houses were torn down; those remaining have been restored and are now part of an upscale shopping district.

Former Shab Row residents periodically hold reunions. Grinage, artist; Esther Grinage, educator and kindergarten founder; Lord D. Ulysses Grant Bourne Dr. Bourne uplifted his community. While most patients visited him there, he also used a horse and buggy to make house calls. He delivered 2, babies before he retired in He accepted meat and produce from patients without the money to pay his fees. Initially, black patients were not admitted to the hospital in Frederick, so in , he and another African American physician, Charles Brooks, opened a hospital at All Saints Street.

It operated until when the Frederick City Hospital opened a new wing for black patients. He became the first black doctor permitted to practice there. A leader in his profession statewide, Dr. Bourne founded the Maryland Negro Medical Society in Bourne also led the community in civic affairs.

At a time when African Americans were barred from attending the Opera House, he was instrumental in building the stately hall that later became known as Pythian Castle.

He worked behind-the-scenes for local political candidates and ran himself on the Republican ticket for the Maryland House of Delegates. Ulysses and his wife Grace Bourne had three children, Ulysses Jr. Resources Tourism Council of Frederick County. Middle School students find themselves onsite at the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area, bringing the stories of those who came before them to life in videos that they write, produce, shoot, and edit themselves.

The resulting mini-movies, or Vodcasts, become part of the official interpretive materials at partnering National Parks. You donation is essential to helping kids learn about the history in their own backyards! After receiving their top-secret briefing packets, agents are ready to accept their mission. Agents literally canoe, bike and walk in the footsteps of the great leaders from this region that came before them.

Your support helps the JTHG Partnership continue offering camp scholarships to local kids who want to learn more! Frederick Historic District Back to Frederick, Maryland The District is significant for its role as the seat of Frederick County and as a regional market and industrial center in Maryland's Piedmont area from the 18th century to the mid 20th century.

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Large numbers of wounded soldiers were brought to the city following the large battles fought nearby. Two churches anchored the block, both given over to black members of their congregations during the Civil War: The current Asbury church dates to , and the Baptist congregation moved to another building. Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, although blocks away, was also important to the community. During the decades after the Civil War, as the population grew and segregation policies hardened, All Saints Street developed into a black business district.

By the early twentieth century, African Americans from the city and surrounding county went there for banking, grocery stores, barbershops and beauty parlors, shoe repair, restaurants, and medical care. On Friday nights and Saturdays the street was especially lively, as people converged downtown for shopping, business, cultural events, and socializing.

Children played in a small vacant lot with trees and wildflowers, or along East Street, ever mindful of the trolley that periodically rumbled down the center of the road. After integration, residents moved to other neighborhoods. Some houses were torn down; those remaining have been restored and are now part of an upscale shopping district. Former Shab Row residents periodically hold reunions. Grinage, artist; Esther Grinage, educator and kindergarten founder; Lord D.

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