Story of the Star-democrat, Easton, Maryland by James C. Mullikin

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Statementby James C. Mullikin.
LC ClassificationsPN4899.E34 S8
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Pagination88 p. :
Number of Pages88
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Open LibraryOL6236447M
LC Control Number57045133

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Homepage of the Star Democrat daily newspaper, serving Easton in Talbot County, Maryland, and Kent County, Queen Anne County, Caroline County and Dorchester County. Star Democrat, Easton, MD. 14, likes · talking about this. The Star is published Sunday through Friday and serves readers on the Mid-Shore of Maryland.

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Story of the Star-democrat Easton. Dover St. Easton, MD St. Michaels. Fremont St. EASTON — The Chesapeake Bay’s waters received one of the best scores of the last few decades, according to a report card released Tuesday, May 17, by the University of Maryland Center for.

Easton’s AAUW is hosting a book discussion at both branches of the Talbot County Free Library, free to the public. “Why They Marched” by Susan Ware was published last year by Harvard.

Jun 25,  · Baseball in Baltimore: The First Hundred Years [James H. Bready] Easton *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An engaging history of baseball in Baltimore―from the Excelsiors' first game in to the city's triumphant return to the majors in Winner of the Maryland Historical Society Book Prize The teams were the Marylands and Terrapins5/5(5).

Image 5 of Recollections of a long life on the Eastern Shore 5 AN APPRECIATION “There is a land of every land the pride. Beloved by heaven o'er all the world beside, Where brighter suns dispense serener light And milder moons emparadise the night. The following articles (which The Star Democrat has been kind enough to allow us to reprint here) describe some of the perfectly ordinary, perfectly extraordinary things it has been my privilege to see and experience as an employee of the Talbot County Free Library.

—Bill Peak— Ruth Sarles Benedict (January 28, - September 6, ) was an American anti-war activist, researcher and journalist. She worked for the National Council for Prevention of War as an editor and the America First Committee as head of research in the s, and as a reporter for The Washington Daily News in the s.

From toshe worked for the United States Department of mater: Denison University, American University. William Guilfoyle passed away on March 17, in Easton, Maryland. Funeral Home Services for William are being provided by Fellows, Helfenbein & Newnam Born: May 16, Saints Peter & Paul Parish and School- SSPP, Easton, Maryland.

1, likes · talking about this · 1, were here. Saints Peter and Paul School is an accredited, parochial, co-educational, /5(32). Sep 01,  · According to an equally credulous and breathless report in the Star-Democrat, which is published in Easton, Maryland, the combined efforts of multiple law.

Bryan was born on November 3, and passed away on Wednesday, August 14, Bryan was a resident of Easton, Maryland at the time of passing.

He was a graduate of Middletown, DE High School. Memorial service plans at the Presbyterian Church of Easton located at N. Washington St. in Easton have not been completed Nov 03, Easton, Maryland We're traveling to the birthplace of Frederick Douglas - Talbot County, Maryland ClanDonnell will make its first venture into Maryland - along the Chesapeake Bay no less.

We'll be telling stories at News Center in Easton. News Center is Easton (and Maryland's) best source for books, cards, magazines, and ClanDonnell. It has a. Two Maryland newspapers — the Kent Island Bay Times and its sister publication, the Star Democrat of Easton, Maryland — ran a feature article about my fiction-writing career and the release of BAD DEEDS.

Penned by staff writer Jack Continue reading →. The John H.f.f,Wales house appears to be a nineteenth century two-story dwelling built in a traditional manner with a stepped profile and a wraparound turned post porch. However, a Easton star-Democrat news item mentions the construction of a new house on this site in External links "His Kids and Consort Wage an Unseemly Court Case Over an Ailing Groucho Marx" at the Wayback Machine (archived 11 May ) from the May 9, issue of People.

"Loving Groucho Wrecked My Life" at the Wayback Machine (archived 11 May ) an article by Erin Fleming from the July issue of Movie Star. 'The Marx Brothers Council Podcast' episode featuring a interview.

Chesapeake is a novel by James A. Michener, published by Random House in The story deals with several families living in the Chesapeake Bay area around Virginia and Maryland, from to Author: James A.

Michener. The Talbot County Board of Education is committed to promoting the worth and dignity of all individuals. The Board will not tolerate nor condone any act of bias, discrimination, insensitivity, or disrespect toward any person on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, age, national origin, religion, socio-economic status, sex, ancestry, marital status, gender identity, genetic information.

Howard Van Lieu Bloomfield - Author, Editor, Sailor, Newspaper Publisher issue of the newspaper The Star-Democrat from Easton, Maryland. a sailor's life. A newspaper man in the Roaring '20s, editor of detective and adventure magazines in the '30s, book author, magazine short-story writer, farmer, columnist, newspaper editor and.

Easton to welcome Medema and Swartz. EASTON — Nationally recognized musician Ken Medema and actor Ted Swartz will visit Easton, as part of their spring tour, “Can We Talk. Conversations for Change through Story and Song,” on Wednesday, March Both have performed frequently at.

Continue reading the main story. Mullikan also found time to write several papers and books about Maryland's Eastern Shore. His writings included “The Story of The Star‐Democrat. Dec 14,  · Resia Nank has always been a writer.

During the book’s time frame, she worked for the Star Democrat newspaper in her hometown of Easton, Maryland. In her year career as a corporate journalist and communications professional, she wrote for various industries on multiple platforms. The day she was arrested, the news filled the front page of the Easton Star Democrat, the local newspaper.

Since then, almost every day has brought a new front-page story about the case. Assistant for Adult Christian Education & Newcomers Ministry at Christ Church Easton, MD Baltimore, Maryland Area The Star Democrat and Attraction Magazine.

poetry, book reviews Title: Assistant for Adult Christian. 05/24/19 The Star Democrat. Adam Goodheart, Director of the Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience, is interviewed about the Maryland for the Easton Star Democrat’s lead story for its Memorial Day issue.

Goodheart says the Finding the Maryland Project is starting to bring long-neglected light to the story of Marylanders who turned the tide at a key point in the. how 'bout them apples; so, you're moving to delaware; so you're moving to philly; ideas for great outdoor vacations to take with your dog; how to hike with dogs at our national parks - even when they're not allowed on the trail.

Dec 01,  · “This is a book that will touch your heart as well as take you on a grueling journey with a happy ending.”—Anne Stinson, Book Critic, Easton Star Democrat Endorsements: “This is an amazing story of a woman who stayed strong in the struggle to fight (and WIN!) for her Feb 13,  · "An attractive and coloful book that children should read or have read to them before they walk around the waters of the Chesapeake Bay." -- The (Easton, Md.) Star Democrat, Oct.

23, "Delicately written and lavishly illustrated-kids love this kind of thing. There is no lower age limit for Chesapeake Bay Walk."5/5(2).

In his column in The Star Democrat, Peak called Adichie’s novel “ far and away the best book ever chosen to be the One Maryland One Book.” One Maryland One Book is the program of Maryland Humanities in which people all across the state read the same book at the same time.

All library programs are free and open to the Talbot County Free Library. Nov 17,  · Years from now — or maybe even as you read this — filmmakers are going to use the DC Comics Extended Universe as a prime example of how not to build a movie franchise.

-- The Star-Democrat (Easton, Maryland) A depressing reminder that Author: Corey Hutchinson. Bishop's House is a landmark of Talbot County, conveniently located within 10 miles of Oxford and St. Michaels. Built in as the home of former Maryland Governor Philip Frances Thomas, (), and the first State Comptroller of the Treasury, (), the Victorian house was sold to the Episcopal Diocese and served as Bishop's home until Nov 08,  · EASTON - Hazel Porter Newnam of Easton, our beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, gained her wings on Friday, Nov.

2, At the. Nathan “Nace” Hopkins was born into slavery in Trappe, Talbot County, Maryland circa to Madison Hopkins and an unknown woman. 7 According to a letter written by a member of the family which would become influential in Nace's success, R.

Mullikin, on December 6, Nace was owned by a Mrs. Mason Shehan. 8 While no concrete documents linking the Shehan family to Nathan Hopkins. Bill writes a monthly article for The Star-Democrat about working at the Talbot County Free Library.

This essay was originally published in The Star-Democrat on August 6, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novel Purple Hibiscus may well be the best book ever chosen to be the One Maryland One Book. Winner of the The Lincoln Group of New York's Award of Achievement The assassination of Abraham Lincoln is usually told as a tale of a lone deranged actor who struck from a twisted lust for revenge.

This is not only too simple an explanation; Blood on the Moon reveals that it is completely wrong. John Wilkes Booth was neither mad nor alone in his act of murder. He received the help of Cited by: 7. Bill writes a monthly article for The Star-Democrat about working at the Talbot County Free Library.

This essay was originally published in The Star-Democrat on August 5, A note from Maryland Humanities: Though the events Mr. Peake mentions have passed, we have One Maryland One Book events throughout the fall.

Bill Peak. As a new synthesis and critical appraisal, Women on the Civil War Battlefront is a richly anecdotal work that unearths a hidden history and opens a new window on women's lives in the nineteenth century. These women were determined to serve, and Hall's research confirms that they did so in significant numbers-and with $Jun 10,  · He holds bachelor’s degrees from Washington College and Salisbury University.

He has written for The Star Democrat and Eastern Fly Fishing, the Mid-Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide, and Kayak Angler magazines. His book, “Fly Fishing the Tidewaters of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay,” was published by Schiffer Books in OBITUARIES THE STAR DEMOCRAT A9 FRIDAY, MARCH 29, E.

Ralph Hostetter Gold Medallion, its highest award, in He was elected to the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Associatio­n Newspaper Hall of Fame in He joined that associatio­n at age 25 .

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