Author David Healey has just launched a web site for his new title, Delmarva Legends and Lore, which should be of interest to our readers. The book explores the lore of Delmarva, from the legends of St. Michaels to stories of Assateagu’es cannibalistic colonists and the all but forgottenhistory of Anna Carroll, President Lincoln’s “Dear Lady” who is rumored to have brilliantly advised him on strategy during the Civil War. Surf on over and check out the web pages, along with a YouTube video by the author. Click here to go to the title’s web site.
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- Mike Dixon on Fine Meals on Baltimore Steam Packet Ships While Sailing Down Chesaepake Bay
- Jim Deans on Fine Meals on Baltimore Steam Packet Ships While Sailing Down Chesaepake Bay
- Larry Wayne Dodd on Dorchester County’s Fine Jail Opened to Prisoners in 1883
- JWilliams on Fine Meals on Baltimore Steam Packet Ships While Sailing Down Chesaepake Bay
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- How robo-callers outwitted the government and completely wrecked the Do Not Call list washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/maga… 2 days ago
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