Maryland Thanksgivings

It’s hard to believe that it is once again time to give thanks for what we have in our lives. Read on to see how Marylanders celebrated Thanksgiving in years past: Printed on Thanksgiving eve 1847 in The Baltimore Sun: “To-morrow is the general Thanksgiving, and as some of the perquisites of the day, a... Continue Reading →

1914 Reflections on the Automobile

As automobiles became more commonplace, so did opinions on this new method of transportation. See some opinions of the auto shared in Maryland papers in 1914: During parish reports during a statewide meeting of the Protestant Episcopal Church, pastors shared varying viewpoints of the emerging mode of transportation. “The automobile was cited as a reason... Continue Reading →

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