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Duke Library, Prince Frederick, Maryland ... circa 1930-1939

Duke Library, Prince Frederick, Maryland ... circa 1930-1939

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.

View of Webster’s Store before #1906. Note the foot bridge which allowed access to this area. Vehicle traffic had to access the area by way of Pax Avenue. Can you tell how dramatically the waterline has changed? #solomons #maryland #tikibar #ISpyHistory #TBT #TBThursday #ThenAndNow

View of Webster’s Store before #1906. Note the foot bridge which allowed access to this area. Vehicle traffic had to access the area by way of Pax Avenue. Can you tell how dramatically the waterline has changed? #solomons #maryland #tikibar #ISpyHistory #TBT #TBThursday #ThenAndNow

House on Solomon's Island Road, Calvert County :: Views of African American Life in Maryland - Enoch Pratt Free Library

House on Solomon's Island Road, Calvert County :: Views of African American Life in Maryland - Enoch Pratt Free Library

Maryland - A Quaker named James Willson built a home in what is now called Denton around 1750. The home, which still stands today on Route 404 near Hol...

Maryland - A Quaker named James Willson built a home in what is now called Denton around 1750. The home, which still stands today on Route 404 near Hol...

Morgan Hill Farm, Lusby, MD, National Register Listings in Maryland, undated photo

Morgan Hill Farm, Lusby, MD, National Register Listings in Maryland, undated photo

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

St. Leonard Maryland | ... History and Wine Emporium at St. Leonard, Maryland | The Chesapeake

St. Leonard Maryland | ... History and Wine Emporium at St. Leonard, Maryland | The Chesapeake

Farm Tobacco Barn Patuxent River Prince Frederick Calvert County MD photo

Farm Tobacco Barn Patuxent River Prince Frederick Calvert County MD photo

The Old Quarters,” a slave quarters on Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda (Historic American Buildings Survey, Library of Congress, 1939)

The Old Quarters,” a slave quarters on Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda (Historic American Buildings Survey, Library of Congress, 1939)

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