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- Visit Maryland!
This site is a great resource! Be sure to explore the sections on Maryland
history, famous Marylanders, and of course, the history and background of
Anne Arundel County. You can even see the county seal here.
- Tour Annapolis
From a map of the area on this home page, you can tour 15 historic sites in
- The Kunte Kinte - Alex Haley Foundation
Kunte Kinte, an ancestor of the writer Alex Haley and a central figure in
his book Roots, was among the many slaves who were brought in to this
country through Annapolis. Be sure to look at a key piece in Haley's research
in discovering his roots at http://www.kintehaley.org/advertisement.html.
Time Annapolis: A Pictorial History 1947 - 60
These pages contain an electronic version of an exhibit assembled in 1987
by Marion E. Warren and his daughter Mame Warren, former curator of photographs
at the Maryland State Archives. Warren is an award- winning photographer who,
in his later years, became interested in preserving historic photographs,
particularly those that featured Maryland and its citizens.
- Kids Page
Lots of fast facts about Maryland, with a focus on Annapolis.
- Quick facts about
Just the facts . . . and lots of them.
- Hammond-Harwood Home
This is an exquisite site.