VisitMaryland.org will include John Brown’s Raid Headquarters (Kennedy Farm) in it’s Destination Maryland publication and web site to promote Maryland tourisim
Union Bound is the amazing true story of Joseph Hoover a Union Soldier who witnessed many incredible moments during the terrible carnage of the CIVIL WAR. He wrote two diaries which survive today. In 1864 he was captured at the battle of the Wilderness and was taken to the notorious camp “Andersonville”. After four months he was transferred to Florence, SC to a new camp. Together with a friend he escaped. They were aided by slaves and what is now known as the “underground railroad” to get to freedom. Joseph was later wounded in the war but survived. After the war he went back to his farm in upstate New York and worked as a cabinet maker. He went on to live to be 84.
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Maryland Rt. 340 east and west have new signs thanks to Senator Ben Cardin. The Maryland State Highway Administration’s Cheryl Schreiber and Eric Rauser with all the hard workers on the state’s highways have made the update possible.
Puritano Media Group begins filming new reality show The Haunted with the help of Washington DC Metro Area Ghost Watchers.
Thank You PBS for letting us use the Quick Time (QTVR) images of the inside of
the farm house.
The PBS Movie aired: Great movie, very informative. They did use the wrong
photo of The Kennedy Farm: They used a shot from the 1880 to 1890’s, when there were
several additions to the house. The house today, is as it was in that faithful summer of
PBS launches new site on John Brown and his Holly War and Movie.