Jacob Lawrence, The Life of Frederick Douglass No. 1.
In Talbot County, eastern shore, state of Maryland, in a thinly populated worn-out district inhabited
by a white population of the lowest order, among slaves who in point of ignorance were fully in accord
with their surroundings-it was here that Frederick Douglass was born and spent the first years of his
childhood-February 1818. (1939)
Workbook: February, 2010
- February 28, 2010: Old man in the window.
- February 27, 2010: You'll never control me.
- February 26, 2010: Anger is reasonable.
- February 25, 2010: She looks haunted.
- February 24, 2010: She looks haunted.
- February 23, 2010: Mark with back Tele.
- February 22, 2010: Mark on the rocks.
- February 21, 2010: Fables of the Great Famine.
- February 20, 2010: Poster on a sandwich board, 1987: "Cloudbusting".
- February 19, 2010: Electric lights in the chapel.
- February 18, 2010: This is productive, this right now.
- February 17, 2010: I'm looking' at the Big Sky.
- February 16, 2010: Eaten by ants.
- February 15, 2010: Hounds of Love and I burst into tears.
- February 14, 2010: I'm a-quittin' me job.
- February 13, 2010: Whispers, glances, secret meetings in the hallway.
- February 12, 2010: The meeting ends unexpectedly when the technology enabling it fails.
- February 11, 2010: Confusion, mayhem, chaos.
- February 10, 2010: The COO's fatherly advice:
- February 9, 2010: Spent the morning writing.
- February 8, 2010: Hercules the politically correct hero.
- February 7, 2010: Anthony the narcissist Director pleads for his old job.
- February 6, 2010: He's one of those French girls who dated Nazis during the occupation.
- February 5, 2010: The Mayor of Weaseltown.
- February 4, 2010: Discouragement is when...
- February 3, 2010: I ran away from the circus to join Corporate America.
- February 2, 2010: I think the answer is this.
- February 1, 2010: In early childhood I lived in a place where there were large stands of eucalyptus.
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