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Monthly Archives: July 2011
“They had, early in the war, erected at the Landing an earth-work just below the two-story stone house standing yet, I suppose, at the lower wharf.” With those words, Judge Thomas Jefferson Sample begins his July 31st, 1880 letter to … Continue reading
On July 26th, 1873 the following obituary ran in the Cecil Democrat newspaper: “Death of an Aged Woman. – Died, on the 22nd instant, Hetty, an old colored woman, supposed to be between 90 and 100 years old. She belonged … Continue reading