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New Market, Maryland Historical Markers

 
13 West Main Street and FCLF Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., September 12, 2016
13 West Main Street and FCLF Marker
Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — 074 — 13 West Main Street

Frederick County Landmarks Foundation Registered [Property] 074 — Map (db m98487) HM

Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — 225 — 3 West Main Street

Frederick County Landmarks Foundation Registered [Property] 225 — Map (db m98491) HM

Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — 011 — 5 West Main Street

Frederick County Landmarks Foundation Registered [Property] 011 — Map (db m98490) HM

Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — 261 — 9 West Main Street

Frederick County Landmarks Foundation Registered [Property] 261 — Map (db m98489) HM

Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — Mile Stones of the old National Pike
Looking more like an ancient tombstone, the stone marker at the bottom of the hill before you, tucked inside the guardrail, was once used to denote mileage to Baltimore along the Baltimore and Frederick-Town Turnpike, also known as the old National . . . — Map (db m5404) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — New Market An Electrifying Sight Gettysburg Campaign —
Late in June 1863, the Union Army of the Potomac pursued Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia as it invaded the North less than a year after the Antietam Campaign. On Monday, June 29, the Federal corps marched north toward Pennsylvania on . . . — Map (db m129752) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — New Market Roads to Gettysburg
Gettysburg Campaign Late in June 1863, the Union Army of the Potomac pursued Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia as it invaded the North less than a year after the Antietam Campaign. On Monday, June 29, the Federal corps marched north . . . — Map (db m129753) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — New Market A New Town for a New Road
As Fredericktown was born in 1745, German farmers were already hauling their grain to the port of Baltimore. By the 1780s, new communities were springing up along busy wagon routes. Two speculators, Nicholas Hall and William Plummer, competed to . . . — Map (db m132498) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — New Market in the Civil War
This area was patrolled by Confederate troops under the command of Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee at the time of General Robert E. Lee's invasion of Maryland in September 1862. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart and his Confederate cavalry escaping from Union forces passed . . . — Map (db m4016) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — New Market in the Civil War
This area was patrolled by Confederate troops under the command of Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee at the time of General Robert E. Lee's invasion of Maryland in September 1862. — Map (db m129754) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), New Market — The Town of New Market
The Town of New Market Maryland celebrated its bicentennial June 5, 1793-1993 Placed on the national Register December 6, 1975 Bicentennial Committee — Map (db m129756) HM

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