SOURCE: Washington Post
State archaeologists discovered remains of a cabin that evidence suggests belonged to Ben Ross, and where the woman who would be known as Harriet Tubman lived for a period of time as a child.
SOURCE: So Let's Talk About...
"President John F. Kennedy told protestors in Dorchester County to stand down. Gloria Richardson told JFK he could go to hell."
SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Casey Cep
The author examines the history and politics of the last remaining Confederate monument on public lands, other than battlefields and cemeteries, in the state of Maryland.
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