Wednesday, June 6, 2018
5/31/18 From Preservation Maryland
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.
It is hard to believe, but we finished the 19th county on our 24 month adventure to explore each of Maryland’s counties and Baltimore City. It has been a pretty amazing adventure with my co-pilot (and husband) Jeff Caslow. This April, we decided to head to the Eastern Shore to Worcester County. “Worcester County was created by the division of Somerset County in 1742. The county seat, which was previously located near the confluence of Dividing Creek with the Pocomoke River, was later moved to the river port of Snow Hill, at the head of navigation of the Pocomoke, now near the center of the new county.” Off we went to check out the four main towns in the county from Pocomoke City to Snow Hill, Berlin and Ocean City.
View article at link below:
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Hattie Clarke in 1986. (Daily Times, Salisbury)
And the Marva today... (see "Travels With Charlie" video):
The Democratic Advocate (Westminister, Md.)
The Indiana Weekly (Indiana, Pa.)
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