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Who Was Aris T. Allen?

Visitors, especially those approaching Annapolis from the north and west, are invariably told to look out for signs pointing to Aris T. Allen Boulevard, one of the two most direct routes into the city. But few ever bother to learn the story behind the name. Aris T. Allen was a Republican…

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Historic Brewer Hill Cemetery

The study of cemeteries can be a fascinating window into the history of a community. Looking into the names, dates, and inscriptions is exciting for genealogy and history buffs. Where generations of families are laid to rest, there are stories to be told. The Cemetery Brewer Hill Cemetery, the…

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Evergreen Antiques, History of the Find

Evergreen Antiques and True Vintage has been a Maryland Avenue mainstay since 2001. Owner, Joanna Young offers a curated sampling of unique and vintage clothing as well as antique books, art, jewelry and home furnishings. You simply cannot leave her store without feeling the pull of the…

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Margaret Crowner's Cook Shop, Galesville's Gathering Place

The Cook Shop The year is 1941. Picture yourself seated at a long table in a lively two-room restaurant, surrounded by friends and fellow workers. The red checkered tablecloth in the longer room is set with a small flower vase and well-loved dishware. A jukebox and lunch counter fill one end of…

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Annapolis Holiday Pub Crawl

Whether past or in the making, Annapolis is a showcase of history. From its prominent placement along the Eastern Barbary Coast of North America to its rich colonial history and beautiful curation of colorful homes and cobblestone streets. Annapolis is abundant with historical landmarks and no…

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