The Founding of Maryland

The Lord's Baltimore

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

Former Great Seals of Maryland

Official State Symbols

Maryland's County Seals

Maryland's Firsts

Maryland's Governor's 1634 to Present Day

Maryland's County Establishment

Maryland's County Seats

Maryland State Parks and Forests

Maryland's Regions

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

The Baltimore Colts

Anne Wolseley Calvert

Everything Beatles!

About Famous People!



Talbot County Roadside Historic Markers

By John T. Marck

Betty's Cove Meetinghouse

Birthplace of Tench Francis Jr.

Canterbury Mannor

Canterbury Manor




Frederick Douglass 1817 -1895 Negro Patriot

Frederick Douglass (2)

Grave of General Perry Benson (1757-1827)


Little Red Schoolhouse

Matthew Tilghman 1718 - 1790

The "Mannour of Ratcliffe"

Nathaniel (Nace) Hopkins

Old White Marsh Episcopal Church

Old Wye Episcopal Church


Oxford - Bellevue Ferry November 1683

Oxford - Bellevue Ferry October 1760

Peachblossom Meetinghouse

St. Joseph's Church

St. Michaels

Second Defense of St. Michaels

Site of "The Rest"

The Talbot Resolves

Third Haven Meeting House

Tilghman's Fortune

Union Soldiers


The Wilderness

William Penn

Wye House

The Wye Oak


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