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The cost of this day-long conference is only $75 and includes lunch

 To send an anniversary gift,
On behalf of Dred and Harriet Scott,
thank you for a decade of support!

For more information see our Press Release



 TOUR 2016

Saturday, October 15

This fascinating bus tour of the St. Louis area will tour and explore over 25 locations and memorials that connect to the person and cause of Dred Scott's struggle for freedom. You will be surprised and delighted by the hidden gems around the St. Louis area that exist to recognize the significance of the man and his story. Lesser known art, sculpture and honors exist all around us, some which you may pass by every day unaware.

Tour begins at 8:45 AM and ends at 3:30 PM

The tour will be narrated by a Dred Scott descendant. It includes lunch at Blueberry Hill in the Loop, games, souvenirs, photo opps and special guests along the route. Be sure to bring your camera!

Free parking will be provided in a secured downtown location.
Wear comfortable shoes. You may board and disembark as desired. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.  


 In recognition of the 10th anniversary of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation, this one time discount price is $60.00 for this unique, one of a kind tour. 

You may register by making your check payable to:

DSHF Bus Tour and send to the address below or : click here to pay with PayPal or credit card.

Registration deadline is October 12, 2016.    

For more information:
CheyOnna Sewell, Young Friends of Dred Scott
Make checks payable to:
 P.O. Box  2009, Florissant, MO 63032

Commemoration, Education, Reconciliation


Descendants of Dred Scott and Roger Taney Meet in New York

May 13 & 14, 2016 

Kate Taney Billingsley and her father Charlie Taney, great-great nephew of the Justice that wrote the Dred Scott Decision are meeting for the first time. The host is the Actor's Studio in New York, under the direction of Ms. Estelle Parsons, they play is a realistic fictitious account that Ms. Billingsley conceived could happen as portrayed by the two actors.

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

Medal of Honor Award

April 16, 2016

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution gave their highest award, the Medal of Honor to Dred Scott's great-great granddaughter at their regional Conference in St. Charles, MO.. Lynne Jackson accepted the award stating that she was more thrilled at the giving than the receiving and was happy to receive it in the spirit of reconciliation that the DAR afforded in bestowing this honor.  Mrs. Joan Koechig of the St. Charles Chapter Nominated her and State Regent, Morgan Lake, presented the medal and certificate with President General, Lynn Forney Young.                    

6th Annual Dred Scott Reconciliation Forum

Marshfield, MO

April 29, 2016

Thomas Jefferson's 9th generation grandson, Shannon Lanier, joined Lynne as they reviewed some of the 10 years of reconciliation activities.  Among the guest at the 11th annual Cherry Blossom Festival was a living DAUGHTER Ira, Gray Jordan, of a Civil War Veteran.  That's right..... 91 years old, her father had her when he was 82 and she reminisced about her father's days in the civil war before his death when she was almost 9 years old.

United Cry in Washington DC
On April 9, 2016, The attendees of the National call to Cry Out for restoration and reconciliation saw the symbolic repentance in the act of a foot washing ceremony for descendants of Martin Luther King, Jr.,  Alex Halley and William Ford and Dred Scott.  Bishop Harry Jackson presided over this section of the day long event with Mike Berry and many pastors as all work priest mantles of authority in recognition of this historic event.  

See at: 


Kennedy Center

Workshop Title: 
Dred Scott’s Path to Freedom, Paving 
Inroads Then and Now
Howard Universtiy
This workshop will give a brief historical look at the life of Dred Scott as a young slave and how persistence in pursuing his freedom led to the end of slavery in the 1800s. Students will be challenged to analyze Dred Scott’s circumstances in mid 1800s in comparison to those faced today and apply his course of actions to achieving success.


Congratulations to the 2015
Dred Scott Freedom Award Recipients

Thomas Battles, Jr.
International President of
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Dr. Richard P. Bott, Sr. 
Founder, Bott Radio Network
William Lacy Clay, Sr. 
Former Missouri State Congressman
Dr. William H. Danforth 
Chancellor Emeritus Washington University
Bob Hansman 
Professor of Architecture and Design

Dr. Juanita Harris
U S Army AREDEC Senior Executive Service
Bonita Herring 
International President 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
Rev. Michael Jones 
Pastor Friendly Temple MBC
Jason Julian 
Executive Director 
Urban K-Life
Pamela J. Meanes, Esq.
National Bar Association

Marc H. Morial 
President and CEO National Urban League 
Honorary Chairman, 
Dred Scott Freedom Awards
Dawn Harper Nelson 
US Olympian 
Gold and Silver Medalist
Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson 
International President
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Margaret Bush Wilson
Former President National NAACP
Drema Lee Woldman
National President 
Top Ladies of Distinction

Mary Breaux Wright 
International President 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Judge Staci M. Yandle 
Honorable District Judge

The dinner was a wonderful gathering of honorees, supporters, friends and family.  Many thanks go to the dinner committee, volunteers, sponsors and donors, our guests,  Mr. Marc H. Morial, Honorary Chairman and recipient for his support and greetings, Ms. Bonita Cornute, our Mistress of Ceremony, and Ms. Peggy Lewis LeCompte, our Dinner Chairman, and to the many who made it a wonderfully memorable event!

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DECEMBER 5, 2015


ST. LOUIS, MO  63103

6:30 P. M.


For more information, contact
Ms. Peggy Lewis LeCompte, Dinner Chair
Tickets are $100 for the 6:30 p.m. dinner
$150 for the 5:30 p.m. VIP reception with the honorees and dinner
Make checks payable to: The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation
Mail payment to: DSHF, P. O. Box 2009, Florissant MO 63032-2009
Or pay via PayPal online

If you cannot come but would like to support, we welcome your donations.
Youth sponsorships are also welcomed.

Thank you for your support over the years. We hope to see YOU there!




This is one of a 12 part series which airs from September 30 – December 21, 2015


October 30 - Nov 1, 2015

Reclaiming Our Ancestors:

Descendants of Slave Narratives Workshop

includes descendants of
Dred Scott (Lynne M. Jackson)
William Grimes (Regina Mason)
Solomon Northrup (Vera Williams)
And 7 others at the University of Buffalo, New York
Director, Kari Winter

Dred Scott Statue Penny Drive

Dred Scott Co-Sponsors 

Harris Stowe 
Education through the Arts
Picture of NewsreelCheck out our Newsreel Articles! Here you will find a garden variety of articles that mention Dred Scott.

To make a donation to the Foundation, please click here.  
To make a donation to the The Dred Scott Statue Campaign, please click here.

Photo Galleries

Recent Foundation Activities

May 1, 2015
Shenandoah Valley 4th Graders


To read more click here.
Penny Drive Excels in Florida
May 4-6, 2015

To read more click here.
Dred Scott Goes to the
National Constitution Center
May 12, 2015

To read more click here.


Marshfield Cherry Blossom Festival April 24, 2015, Marshfield, MO

Promoting Reconciliation and Healing in Ferguson, MO and Beyond

Welcome and Introductions

Forum Participants

Stoney Shaw, Pastor of First Baptist Church of Ferguson, MLK March

Robert Moore, Retired US Marshal, N.O.B.L.E. Springfield, IL Chpt

Elder Brenda Young, National Day of Prayer, US Prayer Force

Lynne M. Jackson, Dred Scott Descendant and DSHF Founder


Panel Discussion

Dan Woodward Civil War Art

Q&A - Audience Participation

“There are two powers only, sufficient to control men and secure the rights of individuals and a peaceable administration; these are the combined force of religion and law, and the force of the bayonet.”

Noah Webster, New Haven 1833

Click here for more information

The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation Presents

a Graham Street Production

With Producer Anne Galiski

at the Missouri History Museum Screening of

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

7:00 - 9:00 P.M.

Lee Auditorium

Missouri History Museum

Forest Park

(Lindell and DeBalivier)

Local people in "14" are: Lynne M. Jackson, Dred Scott Heritage Foundation, great-great granddaughter of Dred Scott; Dr. David Konig, Washington University Law School; and Dr. Silvana R. Siddali, Saint Louis University.

Featured panelist are:  

Lynne M. Jackson, Dred Scott Heritage Foundation
Dr. David Konig, Washington University Law School
Julie D. Soo (of San Francisco, expert on the Wong Kim Ark case)
Mike Everman, Archivist, Missouri State Archives, St. Louis
Juan Montaña, MIRA Board Member (Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates)
Anne Galisky, director of "14" (moderator)

You are invited to join us as we attend and support an
historic night of reconciliation and uniting of pastors who will come together in repentance
and unity, to take up the authority given to serve the community and begin the dialogue to
overcome the racial division that has so long beset us.

With One Voice and One Cry

We Are One Unity Event

Additional speakers include:
Bishop Harry R. Jackson, Jr.
Senior Pastor of Hope Christian Church and
Chairman of the High Impact Leadership Coalition
William Franklin Graham, IV
Grandson of Billy Graham
Vice President of Billy Graham Training Center
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association

announcing the

Ferguson Declaration

We are here For Such A Time As This

January 25, 2015

6:00 P.M.

(Doors opening at 5:00 pm)

Faith Church St. Louis
3590 Rider Trail South, Earth City, MO 63045

Over 80 different leaders representing various races, creeds, colors and faiths   

in the St. Louis community 

are requesting your presence


A proclamation, the Ferguson Declaration, will be presented and signed by faith-based leaders of Ferguson and the Greater St. Louis Area, committing to support our leaders, our neighbors, and each other as we rise from the ashes of Ferguson and become an even better St. Louis.    

Listen to recent radio programs sharing the Ferguson Declaration vision:

Will Graham: grandson of Billy Graham on Encounter with Harold Hendrick
Lynne M. Jackson
on Encounter with Harold Hendrick
Evangelist Vivian Dudley on Encounter with Harold Hendrick - January 2015 
Prior Recordings
Pastor Phil Brownlee on The Complete Story, Bott Radio Network
Pastors Stoney Shaw and Gary Pleasant on The Complete Story, Bott Radio Network
Evangelist Vivian Dudley and Lynne Jackson on Encounter with Harold Hendrick
(NOTE:  The location mentioned in these broadcasts has been changed to Faith Church St. Louis and the date has been changed to
January 25, 2015) 

 For those who have no means of transportation to Faith Church St. Louis on Sunday evening, there will be complimentary buses and vans located at two different pick-up points, first come, first serve.   

Buses and vans will board at 4:30pm promptly.

Believer's Temple on Chambers off New Halls Ferry

2115 Chambers Road

St. Louis, MO 63136


First Baptist Church of Ferguson  

333 N. Florissant Rd

St. Louis, MO 63135

Pastors Breakfast with Dr. Tony Evans 

Pastors Breakfast Roundtable with Dr. Tony Evans, 8:30 am. Monday, January 26 at the First Baptist Church, 333 N. Florissant Rd, Ferguson., MO. This is a free event and open to the first 100 pastors, but reservations are necessary and can be made by emailing us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by calling 521-1515 Monday through Friday 9-5.   


Thank you in advance for your presence.  This will be a night that will not only be remembered, but go down in history as the beginning of a renewed people, a renewed place, renewed unity in both Ferguson and the St. Louis region as a whole.
The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation has come along in support of and recommends this event for the healing and reconciliation of the Ferguson area and beyond.

Dred Scott Heritage Foundation


Presentation in Ferguson on

The Law and You:  Know Your Rights

presented by National Organization of Black Law Enforcement

click here to read more




Saturday, November 1, 2014

This fascinating bus tour of the St. Louis area will visit and discuss almost 40 locations and memorials that connect to the person and cause of Dred Scott's case for freedom.  Lessor known art and memorial honors that have recognized him throughout the nation that speak to the significance of this man and the influence of his case will surprise and delight you.  Many are unknown and right under our noses.  Join us for this one-of-a-kind tour narrated by descendants of Dred Scott.   


This is a tour of things old and new you won't

want to miss it!    


Come Explore Our History! 

Space is limited so register today.

  Register Here


Cost of $75 per person includes: spacious multimedia coach bus with restroom, restaurant lunch, games, raffles, souvenirs, photo ops, (definitely bring your camera) and very special guests along the route. 


Tour begins at 8:30 a.m., returning by 3:30 p.m. We are excited to partner with one of our Friends of Dred Scott, The Eugene Field House who is providing free parking for those on this tour.  (  

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Wear comfortable shoes, boarding and disembarking as desired.  

I can't make it but would like to make a donation to the Dred Scott Statue Fund - Thank You Very Much!

Mark your calendars and Register Now

If you missed the first one, please join us again on

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

(Anniversary of Dred Scott's Death and Constitution Day)

AT ALL LOCATIONS in the greater metropolitan area including Illinois

for our

2nd Dred Scott Day at Applebee's Fundraiser
Applebee's Logo

  Come in all day, 15% of each meal purchased by our friends is donated to the foundation
and a portion of that will go to
the Dred Scott Statue Campaign Fund.  

Bring friends and family, hold a monthly meeting, celebrate special occasions
on that day anytime between 11:00 am and 9:00 pm
at the location nearest you!

Bring this flyer Dining to Donate or you can show the flier on your cell phone

Thanks to all who supported the first one and we hope to see you there!

The St Louis African American History and Genealogy Society and The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation 

Master of Ceremonies: Dan Dillon

Author of “So, Where’d You Go to High School?”


Friday, August 8, 2014


IBEW Local #1

Union Hall

5850 Elizabeth (off Hampton)

St. Louis, MO 63110


Doors open at 6:00p.m.

Trivia starts at 7:00 p.m.

Cost: $25.00/person or Tables of 8 for $200

(8 per table max)

(Prepaid tables by August 1, 2014 receive 5 free mulligans)

Price includes assorted beverages & desserts.  Bring your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and your favorite foods for a night of fun and laughs. Fun table games for all and a variety of basket raffles as well as live auction items.  Cash prizes for the top two teams.  Must be at least 21 years old.

Walk-ins Welcome

Loads of fun, we hope to see you there!

To Register or to Reserve a Table: Click here

Mail registration and payment to:

Trivia Night,  P. O. Box 2009, St. Louis, MO 63032

~Matching Grant Challenge Update~

The Dred Scott Statue Campaign


 To all who supported the Matching Grant Challenge.  With your help, we have reduced the balance from $70,000 to $22,000. 

One of our special donors was a precious 5 year old who sold eggs from her chicken and donated 5 dollars!  Another faithful supporter donated quite generously, not once, but twice!! 

If you meant to give and forgot or just were not able, we appreciate your intention.  It's not to late, whatever contributions you make are always appreciated.  We are blessed and thankful for the amazing support to bring this $250,000 cost for Harriet and Dred Scott's memorial almost to fulfillment.  In these challenging days,
 this is good news. 

Make contributions to:
The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation
P.O. Box 2009
St. Louis, MO 63032-2009
All contributions are acknowledged.

Dred Scott Day at Applebee's Fundraiser

June 26, 2014
11950 Olive Blvd, Creve Coeur 63141 (270 and Olive).  
Come in all day, 15% of meal is given to the foundation and 100% of that is pre-pledged to the Statue Matching Grant Fund.

Click here for required flier

Springfield Historical Ladies

On Saturday, April 26, 2014, the  Mary Whitney Phelps Tent N. 22 of Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War 1861-1865 held a luncheon for Dred Scott's great-great granddaughter.  Lynne Jackson was the keynote speaker and had the honor of sharing the Dred Scott stories with three historical descendant groups.  Board member Yvette Goods was also a guest as they traveled there and to Marshfield, MO that weekend for the Reconciliation Forum.

Along with the DUV of Springfield, MO, the local Colonial Dames and Daughters of the American Revolution also held the joint luncheon together in the Tower Club.  It was a wonderful gathering of women whose love of American history and their own ancestral ties made for an exceptionally engaging afternoon. 

One of the members is a descendant of the Long family (who owned the land in Chesterfield, MO - Long Rd.) shared how her ancestors gave the land to former slaves to start their own church.  It is the current First Baptist Church of Chesterfield (Pastor T. D. Stubblefield) where both Lynne's parents were active members for many years.  Somehow it all comes full circle! Thanks to Dee Dosch's invitation and organizational skills, this was a most memorable event.

4th Annual Dred and Harriet Scott Reconciliation Forum

Reconciliation in Sports

Breaking the Color Barrier in Baseball

April 25, 2014

Marshfield Cherry Blossom Festival
Marshfield, Missouri 

Click here for more information
Click here for link to 
Marshfield Cherry Blossom Festival 


Rob Rains

March is Women's History Month

Women's Power Networking Presents

Power Luncheon


Lynne Jackson

"The Power Of Perseverance"

Thursday, March 27 2014
11:30am to 1:30pm*
Old Spaghetti Factory
17384 Chesterfield Airport Rd,
Chesterfield, MO 63005
(in the Chesterfield Valley)

 Cost: $15 including tax & gratuity for a delicious lunch

Click here for more information 



Foundation President Nominated for work on Dred Scott

Click here to visit website
Mother Caroline
School Sisters of Notre Dame

click on her picture
to read her story and learn how she educated slave children

School Sisters of Notre Dame
at Jefferson Barracks 

Guest Speaker
Lynne M. Jackson, President and Founder
The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation

Thursday, March 13, 2014 ~ 11:30 a.m.

Maria Center, School Sisters of Notre Dame
Sancta Maria in Ripa Campus
336 East Ripa Avenue, St. Louis, MO  63125

Click here for more information 


 The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation

 “Reflections II - Dred Scott's Virginia”

 Saturday, March 8, 2014

12:00 - 2:00 pm

The Old Courthouse

11 N. 4th Street

St. Louis, MO 63102

For the 157th Anniversary of The Dred Scott Decision

See and hear how the search to prove Dred Scott’s birth place and find his parents resulted in

several Blow family members and the Dred Scott family meeting for the first time in

Dred Scott’s childhood home, Southampton, VA and what resulted there.

Blow Family Descendant:  Jeffrey Hines, author of Dred Scott’s Virginia

Scott Family Descendants:  Lynne Jackson and Sherrie Jackson

The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation

Featuring a dramatization by the Dred Scott Theatre Troupe

 Click here to read more

The Carondelet Historical Society
 The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation


“Reflections - Dred Scott and Peter Blow Descendants”


Saturday, February 15, 2014

1:00 pm

Carondelet Historical Society

6303 Michigan Ave.

St. Louis, MO 63111

 Click here to read more

Young Friends of Dred Scott

Fourth Annual Educational Field Trip

Missouri Civil War Museum
Jefferson Barracks

222 Worth Rd.

St. Louis, MO 63125 

Saturday, November 16, 2013
10 am to 12 noon
The cost is $7.00 per person. 
Please RSVP by Sunday, November 10, 2013.
Click on the link below to register or RSVP. 
Register Here 

You must register below and you can choose to pay on-line or at the door.
If paying by check please ensure your check arrives by Sunday, November 10, 2013. 

Welcome and overview by Mark Trout, Chairman, Missouri Civil War Museum. 

We will meet at Jefferson Barracks at 10:00 am. If you would like to carpool or trail please meet at Commerce Bank (270 and Olive, go west on Olive one block to stoplight, turn right, Commerce is immediately on the right) at 9:15 and leaving promptly at 9:30. Everyone is welcome however, children must be attended by parent or adult.

here will be a short debriefing and meeting with Young Friends immediately following the tour.
If you have special needs, please let us know. 

Lynne Jackson, Opening Remarks

Annual St. Charles Pro-Life Benefit Dinner

with Immaculée Ilibagiza
from Rwanda  

Hosted by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Pro-Life Committee

Monday, October 21, 2013

St. Charles Convention Center

One Convention Center Plaza St. Charles, Missouri

Dinner & Program: 7:00 P.M.
Click here for more information


Incarcerations in Black and White

Young Friends of Dred Scott Education Table
October 29, 2013

Reception and Photo Exhibit at 6pm

 Panel Discussions at 7pm

at the Missouri History Museum

Click here for flyer

Click for more information on the Ethics Project 

The St. Louis Kids Expo

Saturday, October 12 from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.

 Sunday, October 13 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Join the Young Friends of Dred Scott at their information and education booth at the expo.
the Dred Scott Activity and Coloring Book.

Admission is $3.00 and children under 5 are free

North County Recreation Center

 2577 Redman Rd., St. Louis, MO 63136

For More Information Click Here 

Constitution Day

September 17

Read More Here

Stamp Museum

National Postal Museum 
 Grand Opening

September 22, 2013
10am - 5:30pm
William T. Blow revenue stamp 
& Dred Scott Decision Exhibits
 on display at the Smithsonian Museum
 Click here for more information

JULY 5, 2013 AT 2:30 P.M
Spirits of the past meet up on the streets of St. Louis to tell of the trials and triumphs of
those who engaged the fight for freedom surrounding the Dred Scott Decision.
For Fair Schedule click here.

Cast Members Include:
Elijah P. Lovejoy
Barney Bradshaw

Charlotte Blow
Linda Louis VanReed

Lizzie Scott
Carole Shelton

Harriet Scott
Peggy Neely-Harris

Dred Scott
John LaGrone

Modern Advocate
Donna Kimbrough

The Newsboys
Kevin Neely
Isaiah Louis Neely(On Guitar)
M'Kane Knox

Picture by Ron Sloan

The Juneteenth Celebration held by the Richmond City Council Slave Trail Commission on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 will feature guest speaker, Lynne M. Jackson, the great-great granddaughter of Dred Scott and Founder of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation.  The theme is Emancipation and Reconciliation.  Representative Delores McQuinn and Pastor Sylvester Turner convened this program.  The event will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Virginia Union University.
To read more click here

African American Cultural & Genealogical Society of Illinois, Inc. Museum 
20th Annual Freedom Celebration Banquet

Guest Speaker
Lynne Jackson, President and Founder, 
The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation

June 14, 2013
6:30 pm
Heartland Grand Palace
3253 N. Brush College Rd
Decatur, IL 62521
Tickets:  $50
For more information or to make reservations click here

The Space Between Scott and Plessy
Discussion with
Lynne Jackson, President and Founder, 
The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation
Bob Moore, Historian
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial 
Laumeier Sculpture Park
Indoor Galleries
June 13, 2013
10 am - Noon
View new permanent exhibit by Ken Lum
For more information or to make reservations click here

 The U.S. District Court - District of Minnesota
The Minnesota Chapter of the Federal Bar Association
The Bloomington Human Rights Commission
and Bloomington Parks and Recreation


Legacy of Courage and Freedom:

Dred and Harriet Scott

Keynote Speaker
Lynne M. Jackson
Great-great-granddaughter of Dred and Harriet Scott

Wednesday, May 22, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Bloomington Civic Plaza
1800 West Old Shakopee Road
Bloomington, Minnesota
Click here for more information

This is a free public event and All are invited! 
Reservations requested by calling 952-563-4948 

Dred Scott Reconciliation Forum
Marshfield, Missouri 
April 26, 2013

Clifton Turman Davis
(President Harry S. Truman)
Lynne Madison Jackson
(Dred Scott) 
Linda Carr Kraft
(Thomas Jefferson)
Descendants of these historic persons will present on the DSRF panel Friday April 26th
For more information click here

VA Highway Marker
Virginia Highway Marker


Dred Scott and the 
Blow Family

Tuesday April 16, 2013, 2 pm

Route 58 and Buckhorn Quarter Road,  Southampton County, Virginia

Ceremony will commence at 2 pm
For more information click here.

For more background information click here.
Read article on unveiling here.


Photo Galleries

New Statue at Historic Old Courthouse
in St. Louis, MO!

Read article on dedication here and s
ee Statue Gallery here 

The Dred Scott Statue Campaign

Dred and Harriet Scott
of the 
Dred Scott Decision of 1857 

Visit Statue Campaign here

Interview on
Harold Hendrick

“March 6th, 2013 is the 156th anniversary of the Dred Scott Decision.  Longtime friend Lynne Jackson of St. Louis, MO is a great-great granddaughter of Dred and Harriet Scott and Director of “The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation.”  Hear Lynne talk about her famous ancestors and their important impact in the freeing of the slaves by clicking here

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Photo from St. Louis American UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Own the New 3" Commemorative Scott - Lincoln Penny

Listen to Composer Barbara Harbach's Freedom Suite for String Quintet.  Click here to read more information.
Listen Here

R. Carnahan

Cornell U Law School
WU Olin Library


Old Court HouseThe Old Court House in Downtown St. Louis and other photo galleries documenting the DSHF's Inaugural Year events can be seen with a simple click.

Click on image to view gallery.


Old Court House ExhibitStudents young and old will benefit from a visit to The Old Court House in Downtown St. Louis which features a detailed exhibit of the historic era and of the cultural realities the Scott Family endured and survived.

Click on image to view gallery.

Dred Scott Commemorative Envelop

The "Authentic" Dred Scott Commemorative U.S. Post Mark cancellation stamp makes for an affordable and attractive gift.

Own "our" history today. Purchase the Limited Edition Commemorative Envelope Cache for only $5.00 while supplies last! To purchase, please send check or money order for $5.00 plus $1.00 S&H to:

The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation
P. O. Box 2009
Florissant, MO 63032-2009