Southern Maryland Studies Center Donation

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Members of the Lady Jane Sewall Chapter, Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century presented “The Ark and The Dove Adventurers,” a genealogy book compiled and written by The Society of The Ark and The Dove, to the Southern Maryland Studies Center at the College of Southern Maryland. “The Ark and The Dove Adventurers” traces the genealogy of the descendents of Sir George Calvert and other historic Southern Maryland families from the 1600s to the present. According to Carol Whitsell, chapter president, the society was organized in 1974 and strives to preserve, encourage and aid public interest in commemorating the deeds and lives of Southern Maryland’s founding citizens. From left are Carol Whitsell, chapter president, Patricia McGarry, archives assistant for the Southern Maryland Studies Center, and Ruby Dyson, chapter librarian. For information on “The Ark and The Dove Adventurers” or other archival materials available at the Southern Maryland Studies Center at CSM, contact 301-934-7626 or smsc@csmd.edu. For information on The Lady Jane Sewall Chapter, Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century, contact 301-274-0424 or ctwhitsell@comcast.net.

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