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J.B. Churchill's Personal Website


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This site describes my many varied interests. I hope to keep it up to date with things that are going on in my life. For friends and family, I created the “Family” section. I'm also starting to attract some clients for web development and GIS consulting so I have a section for that. Music and Birding have been the things that take up my spare time since I can remember so I'll be building those sections up extensively.
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11/13/2006

The day after Donna and I attended my High School reunion, we went to Annapolis to do some sightseeing and shopping etc. There are obviously some history lessons here at our State Capital. We found a little museum on the corner (Annapolis History Center; History Quest) that had information about four locals who were all signers of the Declaration of Independance. Their houses are all still there. They were William Paca, Samuel Chase, Charles Carroll and Thomas Stone. The History Center has a short video that you can watch that tells a lot about the events from that time period.

Here are some photos I took. The third is a statue of Roger B Taney, Chief Justice of the United States for whom Taneytown was named. The sixth is a statue of Thurgood Marshall and the last is of a statue of Alex Haley (author of “Roots”) reading to some children.



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