The Historic Landscape of Caroline County
We identified historically segregated white churches in the Choptank River Heritage area, primarily by georeferencing the 1875 Isler and 1897 Saulsbury maps of Caroline County.
In the map shown on this page, use the toggle at the upper left to turn on/off background layers for 1850-1900 maps of Caroline and surrounding counties.
Use the grid icon to change the modern basemap from topographic to satellite imagery, roads and streets, or others.
Below the map are lists of historically segregated white churches which appear in the historic landscape.
See the larger map of Segregated White Churches the Historic Landscape of Caroline County, Maryland with historical and imagery basemaps.
See our Choptank River Heritage Sites Research map application for the geographic locations of all documented sites. These sites can be viewed over a variety of topographic, satellite and aerial imagery, and historic basemaps.
Many of the historic sites are described in detail here in the CCHS web site. Use the website search box above to find pages and posts for sites by name.
|Bethlehem M.E. Church||-75.95||38.75|
|Bloomery M.E. Church||-75.73||38.77|
|Cecil Crossroads M.E. Church||-75.87||39.40|
|Concord M.E. Church||-75.79||38.80|
|Free Gosple Chapel||-75.83||38.70|
|Friends Meeting House||-75.91||38.71|
|Friends Meeting House||-75.81||38.70|
|Friendship M.E. Church||-75.85||38.73|
|Garey’s Chapel (MP)||-75.81||38.91|
|Hillsboro M.E. Church||-75.94||38.92|
|M.E. Church South||-75.84||38.77|
|Roman Catholic Church||-75.73||38.90|
|Smithson Chapel, M.E. Church South||-75.93||38.77|
|St Paul’s United Methodist Church||-75.88||39.09|
|St. Stephen’s P.E. Church||-75.73||38.74|
|Thawley’s Chapel (M.P.)||-75.90||38.88|
|Tuckahoe Neck Quaker Meetinghouse||-75.84||38.89|
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