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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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July 20, 2020 marks the 51st anniversary of the first landing on the moon – a moment that forever changed the history of the world and humankind.

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Baltimore City has the distinction of being the location of the very first umbrella factory. The Beehler Umbrella Factory was founded in 1828 by German immigrant Francis Beehler. The company’s motto was, “Born in Baltimore, Raised Everywhere!”

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B-26 of the 599 Bomb Squadron with D-Day invasion stripes. Photo from U.S. Army.

By Nicholas A. Redding

Baltimore-Built Bombers Cleared the Way for D-Day

On June 6, 1944 the free men of the world marched on fortress Europe in a dramatic effort aimed at setting free those suffering under Nazi tyranny. 

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