Ordinary life in modern day Prince George’s County is juxtaposed against the colonial period where farming and agriculture were significant ways of life for the original Native American inhabitants and its new settlers. The land was important for growing tobacco and for raising assorted livestock. Family life and community partnerships were integral to preservation. Learn and see more through the interactive educational experiences on hand along these stops in the southern corridor near the Potomac River.



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