Douglass Park is a large Chicago Park District park that serves as a cultural and community center on the West Side of Chicago, Illinois. Established in 1869 and initially named South Park, its 173 acres (0.70 km2) are in the North Lawndale community area with an official address of 1401 S. Sacramento Drive. For many years the park was named Douglas Park, after pre-American Civil War U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas. In 2020 the park was renamed Douglass Park, for abolitionist Frederick Douglass and his wife Anna Murray Douglass.

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  • Douglass Park is a large Chicago Park District park that serves as a cultural and community center on the West Side of Chicago, Illinois. Established in 1869 and initially named South Park, its 173 acres (0.70 km2) are in the North Lawndale community area with an official address of 1401 S. Sacramento Drive. For 151 years the park was named Douglas Park, after pre-American Civil War U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas. In 2020 the park was renamed Douglass Park, for abolitionist Frederick Douglass and his wife Anna Murray Douglass. (en)
  • Douglass (Frederick and Anna) Park is a large Chicago Park District park that serves as a cultural and community center on the West Side of Chicago, Illinois. Established in 1869 and initially named South Park, its 173 acres (0.70 km2) are in the North Lawndale community area with an official address of 1401 S. Sacramento Drive. For 151 years the park was named Douglas Park, after pre-American Civil War U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas. In 2020 the park was renamed Douglass (Frederick and Anna) Park, for abolitionist Frederick Douglass and his wife Anna Murray Douglass. (en)
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  • Douglass Park is a large Chicago Park District park that serves as a cultural and community center on the West Side of Chicago, Illinois. Established in 1869 and initially named South Park, its 173 acres (0.70 km2) are in the North Lawndale community area with an official address of 1401 S. Sacramento Drive. For 151 years the park was named Douglas Park, after pre-American Civil War U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas. In 2020 the park was renamed Douglass Park, for abolitionist Frederick Douglass and his wife Anna Murray Douglass. (en)
  • Douglass (Frederick and Anna) Park is a large Chicago Park District park that serves as a cultural and community center on the West Side of Chicago, Illinois. Established in 1869 and initially named South Park, its 173 acres (0.70 km2) are in the North Lawndale community area with an official address of 1401 S. Sacramento Drive. For 151 years the park was named Douglas Park, after pre-American Civil War U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas. In 2020 the park was renamed Douglass (Frederick and Anna) Park, for abolitionist Frederick Douglass and his wife Anna Murray Douglass. (en)
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