Eugene L. Meyer
Eugene L. Meyer is an award-winning veteran journalist with eclectic interests but special passions for history, lifestyles, travel, real estate and the Chesapeake Bay. He has been widely published in magazines, authored two books and was for many years a reporter and editor at the Washington Post. Since leaving the Post in 2004, Meyer has garnered more than a dozen awards for his work, and has had nearly 50 bylines in The New York Times. His first journalism job was as Washington bureau librarian for the old New York Herald Tribune, where he got to tag along with a White House reporter and watch the 1964 Civil Rights Act being signed into law.
Five for Freedom
- The African American Soldiers in John Brown's Army
- By: Eugene L. Meyer
- Narrated by: David Colacci
- Length: 9 hrs and 6 mins
Late on the evening of October 16, 1859, John Brown and his band of 18 raiders descended on Harpers Ferry in an ill-fated attempt to incite a slave insurrection. Among Brown's raiders were five African Americans whose lives and deaths have long been overshadowed by their martyred leader...
Well Deserved Recognition
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