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2015/07/31 21:17
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Adams know. Way back in 1827, it was our sixth president who came up with the nickname “The Monumental City” for Baltimore, most likely after having visited the Battle Monument (begun in 1815,...
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2015/07/18 00:17
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... who died 100 years ago could be standing in his way. Elizabeth B. Garrett White, a wealthy Baltimorean, required when she died in 1917 that the proceeds from the sale of her Mount Vernon...
2015/07/15 16:01
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... their visit, the students walked the grounds of historic Fort McHenry and Baltimore Harbor, where Francis Scott Key was inspired to write our National Anthem. The team...
2015/07/12 23:17
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POINT LOOKOUT — While the Confederate battle flag is coming down from the State House grounds in South Carolina and around the nation, it continues to fly here in St. Mary's County, at the center of a...
2015/07/10 18:50
2015/07/10 18:50
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CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS Don’t erase history What kind of country do we live in where monuments can be torn down? It’s like we’re back in Germany when the Nazis were burning books. Or living in...
2015/07/31 21:17
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