As  Black History Month winds up we continue the tribute to Frederick B. Thomas, the Mississippi native and son of former slaves who fled oppression and discrimination in the United States to become a prominent Muscovite, restaurateur and theatrical impresario in the last days of the Russian Empire. Thomas’s vivid experiences as a wealthy and influential Russian citizen ended when he was forced to flee the country after the October Revolution of 1917. But his adventures continued…click here and find out more.