My First Pocket Guide to Maryland by Carole Marsh

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The Calverts–George, Cecil, Charles, Leonard, Benedict, Charles (another one), and Frederick were founding fathers of the state of Maryland. From George, the first Lord Baltimore who requested the charter, to Frederick, the last Lord Baltimore—all played important roles in establishing the great state of Maryland. Francis Makemie founded the Presbyterian Church in America. He built the Rehobeth Presbyterian Church in 1705 in Somerset County. S. ” She and her siblings came from England in 1638, and settled in St.

41 Revolution Freedom! Colonists began to resent the strong-handed rule of royal governors. They objected to paying taxes to a British motherland that was no longer their homeland. Britain thought the colonies would be a good place to find some cash to replenish the treasury after the Seven Years War! In October 1774, the brig Peggy Stewart anchored in Annapolis Harbor, loaded with tax-paid British tea. A group of patriots Revolution wanted to keep the tea from coming ashore and threatened the ship’s owner, Anthony Stewart, and his family.

Families built wigwams of saplings covered with marsh grasses. The women grew corn, tobacco, beans, and squash, while the men hunted and fished. The tribes often ate oysters and large mounds of discarded oysters shells, known as midden heaps, could be found years after villages were abandoned. Early Indians The Susquehannock were a powerful tribe that lived to the north along the river that bears their name. They were very tall and strong and dominated the neighboring tribes to the south! Word Definition WAMPUM: beads, pierced and strung, used by Indians as money, or for ornaments or ceremonies.

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