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They did it! Preservation Maryland Board Member Diane Caslow and her husband, Jeff Caslow, have explored each of Maryland’s twenty-four counties over two year. This is their final travelogue from Baltimore City.

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Canal Place Heritage Area was Maryland’s first state heritage area and built on the cultural resources of the City of Cumberland like the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad and public and private investments to create a cultural tourism destination. The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority will host a public hearing to expand the Area’s boundary and accompanying support to include the historic City of Frostburg.

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On their two-year quest to visit and explore all of Maryland’s counties, Diane and Jeff Caslow, set their sites on Maryland’s southern most county of Somerset for a summer road trip.

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On their two-year quest to visit all of Maryland’s twenty four counties on an awesome road trip through each, Diane and Jeff Caslow, visited Calvert County on a hot August day.

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The Harrisville Malone Cemetery Maintenance Fund are stewards of the historic Malone’s Church in Dorchester County. Through a Six-to-Fix partnership with Preservation Maryland, the all-volunteer group participated in a professionally facilitated strategic planning session to chart a course to meet their preservation, interpretation and tourism goals.

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One their two-year journey to visit all of Maryland’s twenty-four counties, the Caslows took a June roadtrip to Queen Anne’s County, in their lastest installment documenting Maryland history through heritage, cultural, and culinary heritage.

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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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05/31/2018
By Preservation Maryland

Journey Through Maryland History: Worcester County

Preservation Maryland supporters, Diane and Jeff Caslow, recently crossed off Worcester County on their two-year journey to visit each of Maryland’s 24 counties and Baltimore City. 

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With perfect timing, Preservation Maryland supporters Diane and Jeff Caslow traveled to St. Mary’s County on this March coinciding with Maryland Day and checking off the eighteenth county on their twenty-four month quest to visit all of Maryland counties.

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The first European to settler the area we know as Harford County was John Smith in 1608 when he traveled up the Chesapeake Bay. In 1622, the English and Susquehannock Indians signed a treaty for the area and the county was officially formed in 1774 from the eastern part of Baltimore County. There’s a lot more to the story as we’ll learn from Diane and Jeff Caslow on their next installment of their county-by-county journey.

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