Leonard Calvert: The First Proprietary Governor of Maryland
09/27/2016 Bill Hart

Leonard Calvert, George Calvert’s second son, was the man who led the first expedition to Maryland in 1633. Leonard was appointed as Maryland’s first governor by his brother, Cecil, the second Lord Baltimore. Cecil had to remain in England to protect the charter, so Leonard was sent in his stead. On November 22, 1633, Leonard
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Cecil Calvert, the 2nd Lord Baltimore
09/20/2016 Bill Hart

Born in 1605, Cecil Calvert, the 2nd Lord Baltimore, was the first son and heir of George Calvert. When his father George died in 1632 before the grant for a mid-Atlantic colony was finalized, Cecil received the land instead in place of his father. Like his father before him, Cecil was a Catholic. And knowing
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George Calvert: The First Lord Baltimore
09/13/2016 Bill Hart

The First Lord Baltimore George Calvert was not just an ordinary English politician. He was a man on a mission. If not for his dream of a sanctuary where people could openly practice Catholicism, the state of Maryland would not be what it is today. In fact, he has long been recognized by historians as the
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A Brief View on the Early History of Maryland
09/06/2016 Bill Hart

Way before the first European explorers sailed passed its shores, Maryland was already home to a number of scattered settlements. The first inhabitants of Maryland probably arrived at around the 10th millennium BC, which was about the time that the last ice age ended. These Native-American tribes adapted to their environments over the centuries, first
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Maryland:<br>Lord Baltimore's Dream

Maryland:
Lord Baltimore's Dream

MARYLAND:<br>The Story Continues

MARYLAND:
The Story Continues