Founding Fathers of Maryland Daniel St. Thomas Jenifer
Founding Fathers of Maryland: Daniel St. Thomas Jenifer
04/25/2017 Bill Hart

Meet Daniel St. Thomas Jenifer, a Founding Father of the United States A leader in Maryland’s colonial government, Daniel St. Thomas Jenifer was a politician and Founding Father of the United States. He was a staunch supporter of patriotism and served the Colonial revolutionary movement faithfully. Born in Charles County, Maryland, in 1723, he hailed
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Founding Fathers of Maryland Daniel Carroll
Founding Fathers of Maryland: Daniel Carroll
04/18/2017 Bill Hart

Introducing United States’ Founding Father Daniel Carroll Born in 1730, Daniel Carroll probably didn’t know he would grow up to become a great politician that would help found one of the greatest countries in the world. He was also one of the few Roman Catholics to be among the Founders. A proud patriot, he was
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The Secrets of Edgewood Arsenal
The Secrets of Edgewood Arsenal
04/11/2017 Bill Hart

The Shocking Secret Human Experiments of Edgewood Arsenal Nestled within the beautiful views and idyllic setting of Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, there hides a tremendously shocking secret. It is a secret so terrible that when America found out, it resulted in public scorn and a bevy of lawsuits. Today, the secret is known as the Edgewood
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Aberdeen Proving Ground
Aberdeen Proving Ground
04/04/2017 Bill Hart

What You Need to Know about Aberdeen Proving Ground On the shores of Chesapeake Bay lies the Aberdeen Proving Ground. It is located in Harford Country, Maryland—approximately forty miles away from the state’s largest city, Baltimore. It was founded on October 20, 1917, six months after the United States joined the First World War. It
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The Albert Ritchie Administration
The Albert Ritchie Administration
03/28/2017 Bill Hart

Albert Ritchie: Respected Governor and State Rights Defender   Two years ago, Larry Hogan, the sixty-second governor and one of the two Republican governors of Maryland, assumed into office. Ninety-seven years ago, one of the greatest Democrat governors was elected—Albert Ritchie. He created an administration that was so effective it almost shaped the way how
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The Baltimore Bank Riot
The Baltimore Bank Riot
03/21/2017 Bill Hart

The Most Violent and Destructive Upheaval in American History   Union Bank of Maryland was the oldest bank in the state. It got its own charter in 1790. In 1831, the bank expanded greatly and attracted large amounts of deposits. However, due to money-making schemes allegedly committed by its bank directors, the bank could no
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Marylands Pride H. L. Mencken1
Maryland’s Pride: H. L. Mencken
03/14/2017 Bill Hart

A Brief History of Henry Louis Mencken   Henry Louis Mencken is one of the most famous sons of Maryland who became one of the most influential journalists during the first half of the twentieth century. As a celebrated writer, he was quite prolific with twenty-eight books, chapbooks, pamphlets, and essays. After his death at
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Tobacco Trade in the Chesapeake Bay State
Tobacco Trade in the Chesapeake Bay State
03/07/2017 Bill Hart

Maryland as a Pioneer American Colony and How Its Economy Relied on the Tobacco Trade Maryland, USA—a state bordering Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, DC, Pennsylvania, and Delaware—was one of the original thirteen colonies and is considered to be the birthplace of religious freedom in America. George Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore, formed this state in
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The Great Baltimore Fire
The Great Baltimore Fire
02/28/2017 Bill Hart

    In the past centuries, a great roaring fires have ravaged well-loved metropolises of America and the world—one of which, the most notoriously known, was the Great Baltimore Fire. On a frightful February 7 and 8 in 1904, a raging, nearly ceaseless blaze devoured a major portion of Baltimore, incinerating much of the central
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The United States Naval Academy The Early Years
The United States Naval Academy: The Early Years
02/21/2017 Bill Hart

Established in 1845 under Secretary of the Navy George Bancroft, the United States Naval Academy (USNA) was established on the grounds of the former US Army post Fort Severn in Annapolis, Maryland, at the confluence of the Severn River and the Chesapeake Bay. The USNA replaced Philadelphia Naval Asylum, in Philadelphia, that served as the
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Maryland:<br>Lord Baltimore's Dream

Maryland:
Lord Baltimore's Dream

MARYLAND:<br>The Story Continues

MARYLAND:
The Story Continues