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She returned to Dorchester County approximately 13 times to free family, friends, and other enslaved African Americans, becoming one of the most prominent "conductors" on the Underground Railroad.

The Commission may allow work that the state and federal agencies deny, or vice-versa.

The tax credits cannot be used for work already completed.

Royal dukes were covered in British Royal Bookplates by Brian North Lee, published in 1992, but we obtained the back stock and issued a copy to every member in June 2013.

) Work approved by the Cambridge Historic Preservation Commission is not a substitute for Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) or National Park Service approval of work for which historic preservation tax credits will be used.

For more information on how the federal tax credit process works, click on this website: Briefs The National Park Service publishes the Preservation Briefs to provide technical information on various rehabilitation topics including the use of Tax Credits.

First suggested Global Holiday for all Women & their Families throughout the world. Born Araminta Ross in 1822 in Dorchester County, Maryland, on the plantation where her parents were enslaved, she took the name "Harriet" at the time she married John Tubman, a free black man, around 1844.

Many artists, some famous such as William Hogarth, Aubrey Beardsley and John Piper, have designed bookplates, and many significant people (e.g.

Samuel Pepys and Rudyard Kipling) have used them, but a personal bookplate has been available to anyone owning a library and wishing to place in the books a printed design as a mark of possession.

I have had the applause of the crowd and the satisfaction that comes of being approved by the multitude, while the most that you have done has been witnessed by a few trembling, scarred, and foot-sore bondmen and women, whom you have led out of the house of bondage, and whose heartfelt "God bless you" has been your only reward.

The Choir of Jesus College Cambridge has an international reputation for its music-making, based on performances around the globe, broadcasts, highly praised recordings and regular services in the College's beautiful and ancient Chapel.

He employs not only several hands upon the foundation of the charity, but many others: among them his prisoners. It is also used for the reception of persons sent by the Mendicity Society of Cambridge so long as it existed; and vagrants not belonging to the town or university were sent there, relieved and discharged.

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