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If these walls could talk! A house in Capitol Heights that may have once been a stop along the Underground Railroad is for sale. The home is considered significant in the African American history of Prince George’s County.

from Washington Post

A complicated family history places black Md. woman in DAR’s ranks

"A complicated family history places black Md. woman in DAR’s ranks":Reisha Raney’s role in Friday night’s Daughters of the American Revolution ceremony for the military was minor. For Raney, an African American raised in Prince George’s County, it was one of the most pivotal moments in her life. Her place in the DAR, a predominantly white organization whose annual convention at Constitution Hall in the District ends Sunday, was proof of her extraordinary family history.


Brandon Plantation, James River, Prince George County, Virginia, 1760s. The plantation is an active farm and was tended perhaps from 1607 on, and more clearly from 1614 on, so it is one of the longest-running agricultural enterprises in the United States. It has an unusual brick mansion in style of Palladio's "Roman Country House" completed in the 1760s, and was perhaps designed by Thomas Jefferson.


Prince William County, Virginia. "Along Bull Run near Sudley Church. March 1862." Each of the dozen or so sticks lined up in front of the boys marks a grave. Wet plate glass negative by George N. Barnard.


Prince Harry grinned as he arrived at County Hall with his sister-in-law Kate to attends the World Mental Health Day celebration with Heads Together at the London Eye on October 10, 2016 in London, England.

from Twitter

Heads Together on

Heads Together on Twitter: "Tku to everyone that joined us in celebrating those that have provided support. Today is one day & our work to break down stigma continues