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Historic Huntingfields Manor c.1670 in Calvert County, MD

Historic Huntingfields Manor in Calvert County, MD

Historic American Buildings Survey E.H. Pickering, Photographer November 1936 BAY SIDE - Old Frame House & Log Corn Crib, Calvert Cliffs, Lusby, Calvert County, MD

Historic American Buildings Survey E.H. Pickering, Photographer November 1936 BAY SIDE - Old Frame House & Log Corn Crib, Calvert Cliffs, Lusby, Calvert County, MD

Our Lady Star of the Sea Historic Churches of Calvert County Md ~ Bill Conway's photo stream. Click photo for more photos.

Our Lady Star of the Sea Historic Churches of Calvert County Md ~ Bill Conway's photo stream. Click photo for more photos.

The Last Stand by Suzanne Shelden, acrylic on canvas. Inspired by the landcape of Route 4 in southern Maryland.

The Last Stand by Suzanne Shelden, acrylic on canvas. Inspired by the landcape of Route 4 in southern Maryland.

Calvert County, MD

Calvert County, MD

Some guidelines for deferment for farmers were:  1. A farmer who resided on his farm and operated it alone was required to have at least eight milk cows.  2. If both a farmer and his son lived on the farm together, 16 animal units were required for the man to obtain deferment.  3. By Feb. 12, 1943, in order to get deferment, the farmer had to raise at least 10 animal units.  4. By May 12, 1943, the farmer had to have at least 12 animal units. Feed for the stock had to be produced on the farm

Some guidelines for deferment for farmers were: 1. A farmer who resided on his farm and operated it alone was required to have at least eight milk cows. 2. If both a farmer and his son lived on the farm together, 16 animal units were required for the man to obtain deferment. 3. By Feb. 12, 1943, in order to get deferment, the farmer had to raise at least 10 animal units. 4. By May 12, 1943, the farmer had to have at least 12 animal units. Feed for the stock had to be produced on the farm

The Samuel Mudd House in Waldorf, Maryland, notorious for its role as a stopping point in John Wilkes Booth’s flight out of Washington D.C. after assassinating President Abraham Lincoln.

WALDORF, MD: The Samuel Mudd House, notorious for its role as a stopping point in John Wilkes Booth’s flight out of Washington D. after assassinating President Abraham Lincoln.

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