We couldn’t talk about fireworks in Havre de Grace history without sharing the stories of fireworks factory explosions. In the meantime, enjoy the Independence Day holiday SAFELY!
July 4th celebrations have been popular in Havre de Grace at least since 1885! This video is the 1st of 3 to talk about fireworks, fireworks explosions, and parades in Havre de Grace. Achillo Fabrizio of Havre de Grace patented many pyrotechnics/fireworks back in the 1930s!
The amazing tale of a Civil War Diary belonging to Sgt. Charles H. Pitcock, lost and found by a Confederate Officer, Lt. W. Ashley, and later returned to the Pitcock Family. At the Havre de Grace History MuZeum in Bahoukas Antiques.
We honor ALL veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country. We especially remember good friend and local resident, Lt. Col. Juanita Warman at our Havre de Grace History MuZeum in Bahoukas Antique Mall.
Another episode featuring local Veterans over Memorial Day, our Havre de Grace MuZeum ‘casual historian’ shares the military uniform of John D. Franko, WWI
Sharing Havre de Grace military history during Memorial Day at the Havre de Grace History MuZeum at Bahoukas Antiques. This blogpost is the War of 1812.
The 80s Ladies are my informal Friday morning research group at Java by the Bay Coffee Shop in Havre de Grace.
What’s the connection between Don, the Italian Greyhound owned by Anne Kelly of Havre de Grace, and Prof. Spencer Baird of the Smithsonian Institution in D.C. in 1881? Check the story from our ‘casual historian.’
With City of Havre de Grace elections coming up this May, we thought it was the perfect time to share a bit of the political campaign memorabilia of our ‘casual historian’
The Havre de Grace Hi-Steppers was a Drum and Majorette Corps sponsored by the Havre de Grace American Legion – Jos. L. Davis Post 47. We’re still gathering information. Do you have any to share?
Havre de Grace has offered great food and music at her Seafood Festivals since 1980. Learn a bit more from our HdG casual historian!