The Founding of Maryland

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Historical Figures From Maryland

Maryland's Historical Sites and other Places of Interest

Historical African American Figures From Maryland

History of the State Flag

Great Seal of Maryland

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Maryland's Population

Fort Frederick and the French and Indian War

The Maryland Men Who Signed the Declaration of Independence

The Peggy Stewart

Civil War Battles in Maryland

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Anne Wolseley Calvert

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About Famous People!



Cecil County Roadside Historic Markers

By John T. Marck


A Susquehannock Indian Fort

Bald Friar Ford and Ferry

Big Elk Chapel

Blue Ball Tavern


Bohemia Mannor

Brick Meeting House


C&D Canal

Calvert Village

Capt. Michael Rudulph


Cherry Grove

Count De Rochambeau's Troops

Creswell Hall

Cummings Tavern

Elkton, Wedding Capital Of The East

Elkton Head of Elk / Lafayette / Washington and Rochambeau

Essex Lodge


George Washington

G. Washington Traveled This Road (Elkton)

G. Washington Traveled This Road (Perryville)

Gerry House

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge



Holly Hall

James Rumsey

John A. J. Creswell

Labadie Tract

Lt. Col. Nathaniel Ramsay

Mitchell House

Mount Harmon Plantation

Mount Pleasant

New Castle and Frenchtown Railroad

New Munster

North East

North Sassafras Parish

Old Post Road/Lower Susquehanna Ferry/Rogers Tavern

Overlook of General Howe's Landing

"Partridge Hill"

Richards Oak

Rock Presbyterian Church

Rock Run Mill

Rose Hill

Sassafras River

Site of Chapel-of-Ease

Site of Charlestown Wharf

Site of Fort Defiance

Site of Fort Hollingsworth

Site of Woodlawn Camp Meeting

Smith's Falls

Snow's Battery

St. Augustine School

St. Augustine's Church

St. Francis Xavier Church "Old Bohemia"

St. Mary Anne's Church

Success - Surveyed 1683

Susquehanna Manor

Susquehanna Manor (New Connaught Manor)

The Anchorage

The Hermitage

The Nottingham Lots

The Principio Company

The Proprietors of the Susquehanna Canal

West Nottingham Academy



"Worsell Mannor"


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