AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE SITES OF THE LOWER SHORE
These pages feature selected historic sites in Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties
that reflect the rich culture and heritage of African Americans.
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Heritage Websites
of Local Interest
Explore the Lower Shore!

  • Edward H. Nabb Research Center
  • Lower Eastern Shore Heritage
  • Lower Delmarva Genealogical Society

        Somerset Heritage Links
  • Somerset Genealogy Project
  • Somerset Historical Society
  • Somerset County Tourism

        Wicomico County Heritage Links
  • Allen Historical Society
  • Wicomico Genealogy Project
  • Wicomico County Tourism

        Worcester County Heritage Links
  • Worcester African-American Heritage (in PDF)
  • Worcester Genealogy Project
  • Worcester County Tourism
  • Locations marked by heritage signs:
    1. The Charles H. Chipman Cultural Center
    2. The Germantown School Community Heritage Center
    3. San Domingo School
    4. St. James Methodist Episcopal Church
    5. Sturgis One Room School Museum
    6. Birthplace of Rev. Charles Albert Tindley
    7. University of Maryland Eastern Shore
    8. Samuel Bowen Boulevard

    Other Interesting Heritage Sites:
  • Glass Hill School
  • Metropolitan United Methodist Church
  • Fairmount Methodist Episcopal Church

  • Sturgis One Room School Museum
    Chipman Cultural Center
    Germantown School Community Heritage Center
    Birthplace of Charles Albert Tindley
    University of Maryland Eastern Shore
    St. James Methodist Episcopal Church
    The Lower Shore African American Heritage Sites and this website are
    jointly funded by the following organizations:
    Lower Eastern Shore Heritage
    Community Foundation of The Eastern Shore
    Maryland Historic Trust
    Maryland Heritage Areas Authority