Frederick Douglass in Wisconsin
- Douglass in Madison
Douglass spoke to a full house at the Spring Street Congregational Church
on October 31 and at the Court House the following evening to "one of
the largest meetings ever convened in this place."
in Beaver Dam 
During the presidential campaign of 1856, Frederick Douglass addressed
a Dodge County audience in Beaver Dam on October 20. During the afternoon,
Douglass spoke to a crowd of more than 1000 from a lot just to
the east of the former Clark House. That evening he spoke again to an
overflow crowd at the Kilbourne House.
- Douglass in Milwaukee
During the presidential campaign of 1856, Douglass spoke on behalf of
John Freemont in Milwaukee on October 20.
- Douglass in Fond du Lac 
Douglass appeared before an enthusiastic crowd at Darling Hall in Fond
du Lac on October 29, 1856, to discuss the origins of slavery.
in Illinois and Wisconsin: Reception in Janesville, Wisconsin, from
the Douglass' Monthly, April, 1859, pp.