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The interior was lighted with tallow candles. Overhead, three galleries seated the overflow from the ground floor benches. Shortly after the War ofthe Methodists adopted the formal name of 'Sardis Chapel'. It was to remain that title until In Sardis Chapel was incorporated under state law to secure the original property on the Square. Increek the influx of planters to the St. Michaels area, the churcb church was razed and a brick building was erected. The corner-stone was laid on July 4, The building still stands on St. Mary's Square, presently occupied by the Masonic Order.

By the church was too small for the membership, and it Fdee decided to construct a new brick church on lots purchased on Talbot Street. The corner-stone was laid on April 12, The building was dedicated on May 14, and was debt-free. This is the church you see above. The datiny has handsome original hand-carved mantels and matching cupboards, probably the work of John Bruff. Joseph Kemp, a revolutionary soldier and hero of the War of Col Kemp purchased Lot 18 of Thompson's Square in It is presumed from the construction features that Kemp financed the construction of the house soon afterwards.

Kemp occupied his brick dwelling until his death around The house stayed in the Kemp family until early in the 20th century. Lee spent two nights in the house as a guest of then owners Mr. The house is now part of The Old Brick Inn complex. The headwaters begin near the end of Grace St. This creek was the site of Jacob Gibson's prank on the Town of St. The townfolk fell for the prank and called out the Militia believing they were being attacked by the British. The town did not think much of Gibsons joke and while not being very apologetic, Gibson procured two cannons and gave them to the town. These cannons were quickly used in the defense of St Michaels on August 10, when the British attacked.

Michaels developed by James Braddock in Inhe purchased acres at an auction of the real estate of Captain Philip Wetheral. Braddock laid out approximatly 20 acres of this land into streets and lots mostly 60 x feetcalling his town 'St. Michaels'- after the parish and river of that name. Braddock died in and the original plat of the town which had never been recorded was lost. Michaels of today is based on a reconstruction of Braddock's plan as revealed by the deeds for his original land sales and by a survey made in in accordance with an Act of the Legislature which officially created the Town of St. It is said that a 'public market house' was built on the Square aroundand that guns and cannons used in the Battle of St.

Michaels during the War of were stored within it. The 'Mechanics' Bell' now located on the Square was rung daily at 7 a. Mary's Square is located in the heart of this historic town on what locals call 'The Green. Michaels in the 's. The museum consists of three vernacular buildings moved to the Square from their original locations. The complex occupies the former site of St. Michaels High School, circa Inas one of the earliest attempts at planned development, James Braddock laid out The Green to serve as the Town Center, enclosed by gated entrances. In addition to residences, various enterprises included houses of worship, schools, and an open-air market for farmers to sell their goods.

The Museum is made up of 3 separate structures: The Sewell House, circawas the home of local waterman Jeremiah Sewell and his family of six. It was moved to the site from Mill Street in when the museum, then known as St. Mary's Square Museum, was established. The house is furnished in period pieces that reflect the life of a typical working family of the time. The Chaney home stands independently from the other buildings. Built by three free African American brothers, circathe two room house is typical of its genre. After the brothers were able to buy their freedom from slavery, their father came to live with them.

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It contains exhibits on African American life in the community and houses a library on the second floor. Built in iin a commercial structure, the Teetotum Building got its name because of the roof's churchh to a toy top of the period. Originally located on Willow Street, the building variously served as a magistrate's 2162, a town jail, a saddle shop, a mortuary, a bank, and a barber shop. The Federal style house is a side-hall double-parlor design on a corner lot, built for shipbuilder William Merchant. During cfeek war of rating, during the battle of St.

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Lambdin acquired the lot in from Elizabeth Jones, widow of Wrightson Jones. The house remained in the Lambdin family until early in the 20th Century. Lambdin and his sons were shipwrights who built large bay craft such a schooners, pungies and bugeyes. His shipyard was located partially on land rented from the town at the foot of Mulberry Street. Amelia Welby House Originally built with exposed brick gable ends and brick nogged frame walls, the Amelia Welby house was probably built for Philip Wetheral during the last quarter of the 18th century. Wetheral purchased the property from James Hewes, a blacksmith in Wetheral operated an active blacksmith shop as evidenced by a lengthy list of ourstanding debts to the 'smith's shop' including two ton schooners under construction.

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Michaels Blues,' a volunteer Fun safety meetings named after the Town Militia during the war of It stands prominently on the town harbor adjacent to Muskrat Park. The house is fitted with late eighteenth century style woodwork. The floors are wide plank heart of pine, and the windows have very old glass. The federal style stair, the raised six panel doors, and the period chair rails are original features. These include two large fireplaces, unusual paneling and hand-hewn floor joists showing marks of the broad-ax. Remarkably, many of the wood dowels used to peg the flooring are still in place. The Tarr House The Tarr House was build circa and is a one-and a-half story, Flemish-bond brick house supported by a raised common brick foundation.

A frame addition was added around the second quarter of the 19th century by Benjamin Blades for Captain Josiah Thomas, then the owner, from flood debris picked up in the Chesapeake Bay. Michaels Parish was founded in on the banks of what was then known as Shipping Creek, as one of the Chesapeake Bay areas original water churches for the Church of England. The English crown levied taxes on the colony payable on the feast day of St. Michael, September 29, and the river and eventually the settlement which grew up around its harbor a thriving center for shipbuilding and shipping of local commodities, notably furs, timber and tobacco, became known as St. Until the War ofChrist Church maintained a simple frame structure, which was replaced by a red brick building in As the parish continued to grow in parishioners and affluence, this church building was replaced by the present Port Deposit stone and brick building completed in Congdon also designed St.

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