A new blog “celebrating the history and historical sites of Mill Creek Hundred, in the heart of New Castle County,” Delaware just came to our attention. The author, Scott Palmer, says he will feature different historical locations in the hundred as he examines the heritage of an area that has many cultural resources. We enjoyed reading the posts and look forward to seeing many more. Thanks for making these pieces available in the blogosphere Scott.
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- Mike Dixon on Fine Meals on Baltimore Steam Packet Ships While Sailing Down Chesaepake Bay
- Mike Dixon on Dorchester County’s Fine Jail Opened to Prisoners in 1883
- Mike Dixon on Leipsic River Nourished the Growth of Leipsic, a Port in Kent County
- Mike Dixon on Red Star Lines Bus for Claiborne, Tolchester, Chestertown, Cambridge, Salisbury and Other Points on the Delmarva
- Mike Dixon on Summer Time at Kent County Beaches
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- How a Tiny Cape Cod Town Survived World War I’s Only Attack on American Soil flip.it/eH5s2A 1 day ago
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