When the courthouse monument was erected in 1911, the ostensible reason was to honor Confederate soldiers. But it was common knowledge that Confederate symbols all across the South had another purpose: To intimidate Black people, to warn them that even though the North won the war, white supremacists still controlled the South.
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Sebi Medina-Tayac, of the Piscataway Nation, speaks on the significance of St Ignatius Church to Native people and Southern Maryland’s early history. July 5, 2017 marked the 377 year anniversary of the Baptism of Kittamaquund, the Piscataway “Tayac” by Father Andrew White on July 5, 1640. The events surrounding Kittamaquund’s conversion predate the constitution by..