Kent County by Patricia Joan O. Horsey

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Kent County, Maryland, has retained its serene beauty and tradition despite the passage of time. Situated on a peninsula where the Chester and Sassafras Rivers meander into the Chesapeake Bay, Kent County boasts 209 miles of scenic shoreline. The rich history of the waterfront towns features the 1782 founding of Washington College, the only college named for George Washington with his express consent. Chestertown, the county seat, is home to

Emmanuel Church, where the name of the Protestant Episcopal denomination was proposed and adopted in 1780. Tolchester Beach's many amusement rides will be remembered by generations of tourists and Kent

County residents.
 

About Patricia Joan O. Horsey

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This volume features prominent Kent County figures as well as many images of Chestertown, Rock Hall, Galena, Millington, Kennedyville, Still Pond, Betterton, and other remarkable locations. Author Patricia Joan O. Horsey is a lifelong resident of Kent County with an interest in history and genealogy. Her colleague, R. Jerry Keiser, is a local historian and librarian.
 
Published September 18, 2012 by Arcadia Publishing. 128 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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