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This picturesque spot between the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay served as a hospital and prison camp for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War.

This picturesque spot between the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay served as a hospital and prison camp for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War.

"Journey Over Burnside Bridge," Antietam National Battlefield~ photograph by shannon wagner

"Journey Over Burnside Bridge," Antietam National Battlefield~ photograph by shannon wagner

$5 Georgia Confederate Civil War Note #16021 Dated April 6, 1864 Milledgeville

$5 Georgia Confederate Civil War Note #16021 Dated April 6, 1864 Milledgeville

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This Day in History: May 24, 1844 - Samuel F.B. Morse formally opened America's first telegraph line. The first message was sent from Washington, DC, to Baltimore, MD. The message was "What hath God wrought?" Find out what else happened this day in #history http://www.on-this-day.com/onthisday/thedays/alldays/may24.htm

This Day in History: May 24, 1844 - Samuel F.B. Morse formally opened America's first telegraph line. The first message was sent from Washington, DC, to Baltimore, MD. The message was "What hath God wrought?" Find out what else happened this day in #history http://www.on-this-day.com/onthisday/thedays/alldays/may24.htm

MARYLAND FOUNDED AS A PROPRIETARY COLONY BY LORD BALTIMORE, MARCH 25, 1634. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION ESTABLISHED BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY 1649. MASON-DIXON LINE SURVEYED 1763-1767. THE BRITISH STAMP ACT REPUDIATED, 1765. "PEGGY STEWART" TEA PARTY, ANNAPOLIS, 1773. MARYLAND SIGNED DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE JULY 3, 1776. MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

MARYLAND FOUNDED AS A PROPRIETARY COLONY BY LORD BALTIMORE, MARCH 25, 1634. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION ESTABLISHED BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY 1649. MASON-DIXON LINE SURVEYED 1763-1767. THE BRITISH STAMP ACT REPUDIATED, 1765. "PEGGY STEWART" TEA PARTY, ANNAPOLIS, 1773. MARYLAND SIGNED DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE JULY 3, 1776. MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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