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MSA SC 6369-1-1
Dates2005-2007
MediumPaper; Newspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper clippings related to Native American culture, heritage, language, and land ownership in Dorchester County from 2005-2007. Subjects include: the East New Market Heritage Committee; appointments to the Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs; the Accohannock Tribe fall festival; the Nanticoke Tribe and Daniel Firehawk Abbott; Skipjack Nathan of Dorchester and Capt. John Smith Shallop visits to Vienna, MD (2007); and the Nause-Waiwash Band of Indians and Chief Sewell Winterhawk Fitzhugh. Also includes the complete issue of the Dorchester Star, Friday, September 7, 2007 (Cambridge, MD).
MSA SC 6369-1-2
Dates2000-2006
MediumPaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Printed articles related to Native Americans in Maryland, the Nanticoke Nation, a 1700s map of tribes and villages based on John Smith's 1700s population estimates, and an article, "Indian Heritage on Maryland's Eastern Shore: The Difficulties of Remnant or Detribalized Native Americans" by John R. Wennersten. Also includes a 2000 Federal Census map printout of American Indians in Maryland and surrounding states.
MSA SC 6369-1-3
Dates2006-2009
MediumNewspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper clippings related to activities and events that occurred in Dorchester County from 2006-2009. Subjects include: agriculture and farming; various news from local businesses and social clubs in Cambridge, MD; events at several Methodist and Baptist Churches in Cambridge, MD; Dorchester County Historical Society's Harvest Festival (2007); Dorchester Visitor Center's Kite Festival (2007); various festivals, parades, and tours in Dorchester County including Crabtoberfest at Sailwinds, Dorchester Elks Lodge No 223 Parade, and the 58th Annual Parade at Cambridge; the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway development (2007); history related news including a talk by Dr. James Gibb, a historical archaeologist at Villa Julie College, house of Samuel Chew, and burials of Maryland governor's at Severn; programs given by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory; and other news related individuals and business in Dorchester County.
MSA SC 6369-1-4
Dates2006-2008
MediumPaper; Newspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper clippings related to agriculture and farming in Dorchester County from 2006-2008. Subjects include: drought and flooding affecting crops in Maryland; the growing Nature and Agricultural tourism on the Eastern Shore, MD; expanding ethanol and biodiesel markets and their corn and soybean usage; induction of the Malkus family into the Governor's Agriculture Hall of Fame; Chesapeake Bay Foundation's (CBF) guide to farmland preservation; 2007 tax break for agriculture preservation; Queen Anne's County Farm Bureau tour of agriculture farms (2007); Caroline-Dorchester County Fair (July 2007); the Smithsonian Institution's traveling exhibit, "Key Ingredients: America by Food"; Governor Martin O'Malley signing agriculture bills, and other various festival and events in Dorchester County. Also includes a card and article sent to "Amanda" from Irene Mosey Harper, curator for Goldsborough Stable Committee.
MSA SC 6369-1-5
Dates2008
Medium
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
A spiral-bound publication titled- Harriet Tubman Special Resource Study Response to Comments and Findings of No Significant Impact. Prepared by National Park Service, Northeast Region, December 2008.
MSA SC 6369-1-6
Dates2002
MediumPaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Comb-bound volume titled- A Brief Overview of the Impact of the Chesapeake Bay on the Conduct of the Underground Railroad and An Outline of Sites in Caroline County, Maryland Related to the Period and Operation of the Underground Railroad. Prepared by J.O.K. Walsh, President of the Caroline County Historical Society. 2002.
MSA SC 6369-1-7
Dates1997/06/01
MediumPaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Comb-bound volume titled- Heritage Tourism Plan Dorchester County, Maryland. From the Office of Tourism Heritage Tourism Steering Committee County of Dorchester, June 1997.
MSA SC 6369-1-8
Dates2007-2009
MediumNewspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper clippings related to the Chesapeake Bay, maritime life, and Dorchester County from 2007-2009. Subjects include: Capt. John Smith Shallop anniversary voyage; the Chesapeake Bay oyster hatchery from the Choptank River and other related environmental news; heritage news related to Salisbury and Whitehaven Shipyards and Roscoe Conkling Leonard (1889-1911), who sailed on the USS Lakemoor; dedication of Heritage Harbor Marina on Cambridge Creek (2008); the Jolly Dolphin ship repair; Nanticoke Inn in Vienna becoming John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail center; Nathan of Dorchester skipjack; Cambridge Classic Powerboat Regatta race; Richardson Maritime Museum events and activities: and other news related to maritime life in Dorchester County. Also includes a complete issue of a supplement to The Star Democrat, "On the Water: Keeping the past alive," Thursday, September 24, 2009.
MSA SC 6369-1-9
Dates2006-2008
MediumPaper; Newspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper clippings and printouts related to the Chesapeake Bay, maritime life, and Dorchester County from 2006-2008. Subjects include: oyster and islands restoration work on the Chesapeake Bay by the University of Maryland's Horn Point Laboratory and Maryland Port Administration; Capt. John Smith Shallop visits Vienna, MD, and printout of "Beyond Jamestown" by Terence Smith (May 2007); information sheets about Dorchester County and its various historical places; 2008 Seafood Feast-I-Val at Cambridge, MD by the West End Citizens Association (WECA); Hooper Island Lighthouse and USS Hooper Island; the American Schooner Association; and other maritime related articles. Also includes a complete issue of a supplement to The Star Democrat, "On the Water: Heritage on the Choptank, Nathan of Dorchester sails rivers, Bay", Thursday, June 14, 2007.
MSA SC 6369-1-10
Dates1971/04/14
MediumNewspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper: The Dorchester News, Wednesday, April 14, 1971 (Cambridge, MD). Complete issue.
MSA SC 6369-1-11
Dates1974/08/08
MediumNewspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper: The Daily Banner, Thursday Evening, August 8, 1974 (Cambridge, MD). Complete issue.
MSA SC 6369-1-12
Dates1969/07/21
MediumNewspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper: The Daily Banner, Monday Evening, July 21, 1969 (Cambridge, MD). Complete issue.
MSA SC 6369-1-13
Dates1969/07/01
MediumNewspaper, digital
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper: "Dorchester County, Tercentenary Celebration, 1669-1969," The Daily Banner, July 1969, souvenir edition.
MSA SC 6369-1-14
Dates2006-2008
MediumPaper; Newspaper
Storage00/46/11/27
Description
Newspaper clippings related to activities and events that occurred in Dorchester County from 2006-2008. Subjects include: the January 2008 Cambridge Cares Rally to preserve historic buildings in Cambridge, MD; historic tours and programs by the Dorchester County Historical Society and the West End Citizens Association (WECA); the January 15, 2008 fire on Cambridge Main Street and Governor Martin O'Malley's visit; holidays and festivals including the Luminaria festival and the Spocott Windmill Day; Choptank Heritage Trail; various museum news including about Dorchester Folk Museum and the Harriet Tubman Museum and Educational Center; neighborhood renovation projects including the East New Market Streetscape project; and various news about preserving historical buildings and landmarks in the Dorchester County.
MSA SC 6369-1-15
Dates2008-2013
MediumNewspaper
Storage00/46/11/28
Description
Newspaper clippings related to activities and events that occurred in Dorchester County from 2008-2013. Subjects include: East New Market Train Depot Museum development; Dorchester Arts Center renamed the Dorchester Center for the Arts and move to new building; Old Trinity Episcopal Church remembrance ceremony for veterans of the War of 1812 (May 2008); Spocott Windmill Day; the May 2008 arson of the J. Benjamin Brown House in Cambridge, MD; numerous articles on the development of the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park in Dorchester County and other related news honoring Tubman; the decline of Dorchester County Council's 2008 budget; review of Peter Levy's book, "Civil War on Race Street"; the Sailwinds waterfront development project; and various other archaeological, historical and community news from Dorchester County.
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