Havre de Grace Patch: Lost To Time: What We Can Learn From Bainbridge

by Adam Rybczynski. the Havre de Grace Patch

Cecil County is home to several of Maryland’s most spectacular landmarks: Turkey Point Lighthouse, the Gilpin covered bridge, the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, and most iconic, the remains of Bainbridge.

Bainbridge’s notable history is rooted in Jacob Tome’s established, elusive prep school for wealthy young men. Tome’s magnificent vision proved to be a masterpiece of art, culture, and academia, intertwined and fused into one grand creation.

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