Monthly Archives: January 2014

Voices of the Indiantown: Nabb Center

                                    Contact the Nabb Center of Salisbury University at (410)543-6312 for more details. (source: Panorama publication of Salisbury University) — Linda Duyer Advertisements

Posted in Maryland, People

A Visit to the Congo

Don’t shoot me for the post title; I simply could not resist.  But the title was created out of respect — respect for any family that goes into such a business, taking care of families at their lowest.  I was … Continue reading

Posted in Delaware, Maryland, People

Wouldn’t it Make a Great Full-time Jail Museum?

“The Grey Eagle” of Princess Anne, Maryland has been known for its historic status.  And I understand the Princess Anne Police Department, which has its offices in the old building, periodically opens its doors to the public. On all other … Continue reading

Posted in Maryland

Talbot’s Treasure Trove of History

Brice Stump’s article today, January 5, 2014, in the Daily Times is a must see.  I had heard of the incredible continuous journals detailing daily life in Talbot County, Maryland, during and following the period of slavery, but today for … Continue reading

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On this Day: January 1, 1808

January 1, 1808 — On this day the importation of slaves into the United States was abolished as the result of the Congressional act of March 3, 1807. The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture describes this on their … Continue reading

Posted in Delaware, Maryland, People, Virginia