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Here on the morning of May 3, 1813, British Forces under Admiral Cockburn landed, sacked, and burned the town. The principal defenses were two small batteries on Concord Point. The "Potato Battery" on high ground was manned to the last by John O'N…
Old Post Road Established 1666. Count Rochambeau's troops camped here September 9, 1781 after having crossed the Susquehanna River on their way to the siege of Yorktown, Va.
In operation from 1912 to 1950 and nicknamed "The Graw." The Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association racetrack was one of four one-mile thoroughbred racecouses in Maryland and reflected Harford County's status as a breeding center for thorou…
Rock Run House, the home of Brigadier-General James J. Archer, who resigned from the United States Army to join the Confederacy. Wounded and captured at Gettysburg July 1, 1863, General Archer died in Richmond October 24, 1864, shortly after his e…
Part of "Land of Promise" tract. Original mill (1760), present grist mill (1794), first Susquehanna River Bridge (1818) and Barge Canal (1839) made through this hamlet a thriving commercial center. Surviving are Miller's House, the Mill, Toll Hous…