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This wooden house grew old with Annapolis

The Washington Post, , Kathy Orton

Annapolis, Md., is filled with historic houses, many of which have survived from the 1700s. But most are brick homes, designed to endure. The Sands House is from the 1700s, too, but it was constructed of wood, a more perishable material.

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Historic Annapolis goes all in on James Brice House restoration

Capital Gazette, , Lauren Lumpkin

Efforts to restore the James Brice House in Annapolis are underway, as contractors work to return the historic home’s roof to its 1774 condition. Almost every piece of the home will be restored to the way it was built in the 18th century, even down to the oyster shell mortar, said Michael Day, vice president of capital projects at Historic Annapolis.

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Reimagining City Dock with former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley

Eye on Annapolis, , EOA Staff

The City of Annapolis, in partnership with Maryland Hall, will be launching a speaker series, “Reimagining City Dock.” The first speaker on May 20 will be former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley, who will discuss “Visionary Leadership, Transformation and Resilience.”

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Paca Garden Annual Plant Sale Scheduled for Mother’s Day Weekend

Eye on Annapolis, , EOA Staff

The William Paca Garden will hold its annual Plant Sale on Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12, 2019. This is the chance to take home a piece of history and watch it bloom in your garden. You can find shrubs and trees from this historic garden and seedlings grown in the greenhouse.

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