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Since 1977, the Elk Creek Preservation Society celebrates the region’s colonial heritage by inviting Marylanders to their annual Apple Butter Festival held at the Bee Hive — a group of historic buildings nearby Fair Hill in Cecil County.

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By Nicholas A. Redding

The Aftermath of Antietam

As the sun set on September 17, 1862, Sharpsburg, Maryland had just witnessed the single bloodiest day in American history – a day that also forever changed the tiny rural town.

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By Preservation Maryland

Maryland State Fair: The Best Days of Summer

Step right up, folks! Don’t be shy! It’s time for the Best Days of Summer; the Maryland State Fair.

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July 20, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first landing on the moon – a moment that forever changed the history of the world and humankind.

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