In 1852, almost ten years before the Civil War was fought, Frederick Douglass made an eloquent and passionate speech about what freedom meant for the slave. Join Douglass, as portrayed by one of the Museum’s Templeton Players, in his plea for freedom and justice. Presented for only the first two weekends in July!
More than 300 youth from ages 8 to 18 present the dairy cows, beef, sheep, goats, and swine they own. Admission to the show is free and the public is welcome to attend. (Sunday, July 9 – Tuesday, July 11 at Iroquois Farm Showgrounds, 1659 County Highway 33, Cooperstown)