Cool Tagxedo of Douglass’s “Cast Off the Mill-Stone,” Sept. 1861

If I do say so myself, this turned out kind of neat, with the colors and font.  The transcript of the article from Douglass' Monthly may be found here:  http://teachingamericanhistory.org/library/index.asp?document=1459

If I do say so myself, this turned out kind of neat, with the colors and font. The transcript of the article from Douglass’ Monthly may be found here: http://teachingamericanhistory.org/library/index.asp?document=1459

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2 comments on “Cool Tagxedo of Douglass’s “Cast Off the Mill-Stone,” Sept. 1861
  1. salbertson says:

    I really like this one! Really turned out great. :)
    Shirley

  2. janeapplebee says:

    Very striking!

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