Restoring and Preserving the Tuckahoe Neck Quaker Meetinghouse

Restoring and Preserving the Tuckahoe Neck Quaker Meetinghouse

The Friends of the Tuckahoe Neck Quaker Meeting House originally planned to start with the restoration on the west side of the building. (The east side was restored in 2019.) Restoration plans have expanded to include the three remaining sides. We have received donations from individuals, a religious group, and a DAR Historic Preservation Grant. Funding for this project was made possible through the sponsorship of the General Perry Benson Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. But more donations are needed. Read more …

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Historic Boon Farmstead – Vanished from the face of the Earth

Historic Boon Farmstead – Vanished from the face of the Earth

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Choptank & Tuckahoe culture, inventoried

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It’s 1875, By an Act of Congress

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The Search for Frederick Douglass’s Birthplace

On the 100th anniversary of the death of Frederick Douglass, Ebony magazine urged its readers to plan family vacations so that the kids could see monuments to black history. They recommended you visit the birthplace of Frederick Douglass.

But you can’t get to Douglass’sbirthplace by following the tourist guidebooks and roadside history markers. They point you to the bridge that carries MD Route 328 across Tuckahoe River. The bridge was rebuilt in 2013 and named in honor of Douglass. A historic marker at the end of the bridge commemorates Douglass and his birthplace. But the historic marker is 6 miles off.

#blackhistorymatters

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The Choptank River – Its Heritage and Future

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