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Introducing Levin Still, of Caroline County

The Caroline County Historical Society wishes to introduce a hitherto unknown resident of Caroline County: Levin Still (1774 - 1842).  He was born in southern Caroline County in the area known as Tuckahoe Neck to an enslaved woman.  At the age of eleven, he was taken...

Baseball Collectibles – June 1, 1-4 pm

Baseball Collectibles – June 1, 1-4 pm

Local Eastern Shore Collectors Sponsored by the Caroline Countey Historical Society  Saturday, June 1, 2024, 1-4 pmWharves of Choptank Visitor & Heritage Center Daniel Crouse Memorial Park Denton, MD$25 per person.  $20 for CCHS members. Kids 12 and under are...

Ridgely Historic Train Station 2024 Opening

Ridgely Historic Train Station 2024 Opening

Ridgely Train Station will be open the 1st Saturday of the month May through September between 10am and 1pm: May 4th, June 1st, July 6th, August 3rd and September 7th. The Ridgely Historical Society will guide you through the history of a Town that persevered. Learn...

Wheat Threshing and Bird Dogs

This is a digital re-publication of the interview found in Voices from the Land, A Caroline County Memoir, by Mary Anne Fleetwood. The text was digitized, edited, and prepared for re-publication by CCHS volunteers Dave Ellis and Don Barker.  Copyright for the original...

Where Levin Still Lived In Caroline County

Levin Still (1774-1842) And Charity Still (?-1857) In Caroline County, MarylandThis is Chapter 2 from Levin Still (1774-1842) And Charity Still (?-1857) In Caroline County, Maryland, which was produced in 2019 by the Caroline County Historical Society. The purpose and...

History on the Choptank River Cruise

History on the Choptank River Cruise

River City Cruise Co. is Back on the Chopank for Historical River Cruises!Kennedy Thomason, a senior at Washington College, leads a compelling history tour that features historical tidbits from all aspects of Caroline County and Choptank River history. The morning...

Hog Butchering and Other Stories – Kemp Todd, Sr.

This is a digital re-publication of the interview found in Voices from the Land, A Caroline County Memoir, by Mary Anne Fleetwood. The text was digitized, edited, and prepared for re-publication by CCHS volunteers Dave Ellis and Don Barker.  Copyright for the original...