Famous Historical Figures from Maryland
by John T. Marck
Born in Dorchester County, Maryland, and known as the "Moses of her People," Tubman was an outstanding woman who played a major role in American history and the Underground Railroad.
Margaret Brent: America's First Feminist
Learn all about America's First Feminist; that lady who first asked for the right to vote and was denied.
Learn about the life of the famous abolitionist and journalist, who was born in Tuckahoe, near Easton in Talbot County, Maryland, and who emerged as a major anti-slavery force, and a supporter of women's rights.
John Wilkes Booth
Booth, was born outside Bel Air, Maryland at the family home known as "Tudor Hall," and developed into a fair actor, who went on to assassinated President Abraham Lincoln. Learn all about him here. Coming Soon!
Here you can learn about the man from Talbot County, Maryland, his famous swords, and who was the aide-de-camp for George Washington.
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