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I just found this one. Very impressive.

Slave Chapel Documentaries


Fugitive Slave Chapel Preservation Project Documentary part 0ne

Fugitive Slave Chapel Preservation Project Documentary part Two / Moving Day, November 12, 2014.

Fugitive Slave Chapel Preservation Project Documentary part Three / Setting the Chapel on the foundation, November 14, 2014.

Complete Documentary available on DVD. Note that I had to trim and chop up this video to go on UTube. The DVD Version is complete and in one piece. Email us for information

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Bringing it Home

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Stage 3 Archaeological Dig

Archaeologist are digging up the back yard of 275 Thames St in preparation for the moving of the Chapel.


Videographer: Delta McNeish


Joe O'Neil's drone video recorded Feb 28, 2015


Stills from video

Volunteering at the Fugitive Slave Chapel Archaeology Site


Photographing artifacts of the Fugitive Slave Chapel MuseOntArch



Darryl and Volunteers of Fugitive Slave Chapel Site   MuseOntArch


Washing Artifacts Fugitive Slave Chapel Part 1   MuseOntArch


Artifact Washing Fugitive Slave Chapel Part 2   MuseOntArch


Buttons from the Fugitive Slave Chapel Site   MuseOntArch


Archaeology project for the Fugitive Slave Chapel MuseOntArch


Artifacts from the Fugitive Slave Chapel Site   MuseOntArch


Cataloguing Artifacts of Fugitive Slave Chapel Site   MuseOntArch


Fugitive Slave Chapel Walkthrough Liz Miron


History of the Fugitive Slave Chapel Liz Miron


Meaning of July 4th for the Negro - Frederick Douglass Speech - Hear the Text

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At Frederick Douglas House, Learning How an Escaped Slave Became a Leader

VOA Learning English

Fugitive Slave Chapel interview by Katelyn Dingman


Kerry Washington reads Sojourner Truth


Cicely Tyson "Ain't I a woman?"


Buxton Museum Tour (American Slave Haven)   100huntley


Huron's History Class in Oberlin Ohio


African American Life in the 1800s (1)   Alexandria Mooney


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Speakers For The Dead: Documentary about the original black settlers of Priceville, Ontario Canada

The lost Black Community of Priceville


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