Old Trinity Church

Old Trinity Church is a historic church and cemetery located near Church Creek, Maryland. The Episcopal church was founded here by English settlers in 1692, and is still active today. The cemetery is kept by historic standards, and is a a beautiful and peaceful place to walk.


We recently made a quick day trip to Oxford, Maryland to take a walk and some photos. Oxford is one of the oldest towns on the eastern shore, as it was a port and an important place for trade.

Frazier's Chapel Cemetery

Frazier's Chapel was originally built in 1765 in Preston, MD and includes an historic cemetery located behind the current Bethesda United Methodist Church, which was built in 1875. There are many historic markers here and almost all of them are white with lovely carvings.

Linchester Mill

Linchester Mill is a historic grist mill located at Preston in Caroline County, Maryland, United States. It was built about 1840 and is a 2 ¹⁄₂-story frame building sided in red-painted weatherboard and roofed with raised-seam metal.

2014 Annual Native American Artifact Exhibit w/ Everything Oyster

Jamie's picture

This past Saturday, March 8, at the new East New Market fire house there were over 60 tables full of beautiful Native American artifacts to see, touch & learn about. Over the course of the day, several hundred visitors dropped by, eating oyster fritters and enjoying educational programs all day long.

See Pics Here --> Jamie Crannell's photos of this event <--



An exploration of prehistoric culture in the Mid-Atlantic

  • Educational Outreach
  • Cultural Interpretation
  • Prehistoric Life Skills
  • Workshops & Demonstrations
  • Exhibits & Displays

Cultural Historian Daniel Firehawk Abbott guides the modern explorer through the everyday life of the Native American in the mid-Atlantic coastal region of prehistoric North America.

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