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Ellen Moyer

In the 1800s, a movement is afoot in the United States, as the call for women’s rights and suffrage intensifies Read more

Year of the Woman

Historical heroines, from Hatshepsut in ancient Egypt to Abigail Adams in Colonial America, laid a foundation of accomplishments, on which the call for women’s rights could be built upon in the United States Read more

Year of the Woman

A history of the oyster industry in Maryland includes boom towns, gluttony, pirating, warfare, enterprise, legislation, and conservation efforts Read more

Culture

Some time ago, I received a message from my congressman, “in May, we come together to celebrate Older American Month and to recognize the tremendous contribution that America’s seniors make to our civic life.”  Hmmm? Read more

What Do You Think?

A peninsula of coveted land, a city’s guardian shoal, a county park, and a lighthouse protected through centuries Read more

Culture

When I was a youngster going off to visit a friend my mother would often say, “Remember your Ps and Qs.” Read more

What Do You Think?

With Maryland day Cebrated March 25th - the anniversary of the first European settlers landing in the Province of Maryland in 1634 - we reflect upon the natural, cultural, and historical hallmarks of our great state Read more

Culture

At one time Americans expected journalists to be watchdogs on government and business and their actions. Read more

What Do You Think?

It was Annapolis first and only waterfront hotel built in the 1960s that set the tone for the City Dock we see today. Read more

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