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Tin Nguyen/The Gazette
During a tour of the Josiah Henson historic site in Bethesda, Shirl Spicer of Montgomery County Park and Planning talks about Henson, who lived and worked as a slave from 1795 to 1830 in the household of Issac Riley on Old Georgetown Road. Later in life, Henson became a preacher and an abolitionist.