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$25.00 (USD)

Get your autographed copy of this book, which is part [...]

$25.00 (USD)

Get your autographed copy of this book, which is part of the Images of America series. If you already have a PayPal account, you can use our shopping cart. $25 includes shipping inside the continental US. If you wish to pay by credit card, you can go to our home page, and click on the “Donate” button. Make sure we know it is for a book or books. Please note that if you make arrangements to buy the book in person, you can pay just $20 and do not need to go through this web-site. Contact us at info@elkridgeheritage.org if you wish to buy in person. By buying the book from us, you will be making a donation to the Elkridge Heritage Society, and helping Ms. Janney defray her costs in publishing the book. 51b6xPwkbyL._SY346_

$75.00 (USD)

Historic “Troy Hill” was built by John Dorsey c. 1760, [...]
$75.00 (USD)

Troy Hill

Historic “Troy Hill” was built by John Dorsey c. 1760, and passed down through his family before sale to various other owners, the current being Howard County.

This original, copyrighted watercolor was created by well-known Elkridge artist and activist, the late Florence Riefle Bahr, of Old Lawyers Hill Road. In 1999, she was awarded “Woman of the Year” by the State of Maryland, as their first Maryland artist to receive such recognition.

First time offer to buy an 8 1/2 x 11 color copy, suitable for matte and frame, for $75.00, with legal verification of authenticity, as the copies do not show signature. Shipping and handling are included in the price.

$7.50 (USD)

by Chrstine Gainer Barton

With your purchase of this book, for [...]

$7.50 (USD)

by Chrstine Gainer Barton

With your purchase of this book, for just $7.50, tax and shipping included, $1.50 will be donated to the Elkridge Heritage Society.

A box turtle wandered in the damp woods of a valley nestled in the foothills of West Virginia. She knew it was nearly time to lay her eggs, and she wanted to find the best spot for her nest. While she was still looking for the right place, she was suddenly transported three hundred miles from home, to Rockburn Park in Elkridge Maryland. Her instinct told her she must return home or die trying, but how could such a small, slow creature make such a long journey? This story follows this spunky turtle as she runs into many adventures on her way home.

 

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