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Over the past two years, Diane and Jeff Caslow have been exploring one of Maryland’s twenty-four counties each month. This time, the pair, explored the rural character of Carroll County – including parts of the Barn Quilt Trail and other hidden treasures.

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For more than 200 years, the landscape surround Mount Vernon that inspired George Washington has remained largely unspoiled, a proposed natural gas compressor station in Charles County, Maryland puts that historic and iconic cultural landscape at risk.

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Historic Hotels of America is a collection and celebration of hundreds of historic inns, hotels, motels, and resorts across the Country. Maryland hosts five member hotels including Admiral Fell Inn in one of Baltimore’s most historic and intact waterfront neighborhoods.

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The Pleasant View Historic Site is comprised of the Quince Orchard Colored School, the Pleasant View Methodist Episcopal Church, and the Pleasant View Cemetery – each different resource with different needs for preservation. The trustees and community are launching a $1 million dollar fundraising campaign to address those needs.

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