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Maryland’s Eastern Shore: A Keepsake

Antelo Devereux Jr.

Available April 2022


There is something peaceful and serene about the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Away from the I-95’s busy metropolitan corridor, the region’s tranquil and picturesque towns reveal glimpses of history dating back to colonial days in their architecture and festivals and fairs. First occupied by Native Americans and then colonized by the English, this portion of Maryland has been fertile ground for farming, hunting, and fishing for generations. Ninety photographs capture the history, culture, and scenes of many towns and villages that have grown along the region’s waterways and marshes. Full-color images of quaint towns and fishing villages, waterfowl and crabs, historic churches and graveyards, and boats out on the water bring this unique area to life for visitors, armchair travelers, lifelong residents, and all who love the region.

Size: 6" x 6" | 90 color images | 96 pp
ISBN13: 9780764363641

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Antelo Devereux Jr. has been making photographs since he was given a Kodak Duaflex II box camera at age 10. Thus began a hobby that has grown increasingly serious as time has gone by. He is a graduate of Harvard University and has taken several courses at the Maine Media Center; exhibited in Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania, and Delaware; and published 10 photography books. He spends his time in Pennsylvania and Maine with his family.