Historical Markers

“Hitching Post Hill” or “Ash Hill”

Marker is on Rosemary Lane 0.2 miles west of Claymore Avenue, on the left when traveling west.

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The City of Hyattsville

Marker can be reached from the intersection of Baltimore Avenue (U.S. 1) and Gallatin Street.

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Route One, Our Hometown Main Street

Marker is at the intersection of Baltimore Avenue (U.S. 1) and Gallatin Street, on the right when traveling north on Baltimore Avenue.

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The Hyattsville National Historic District

Marker is on Gallatin Street, on the left when traveling west.

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Philip Reed

Marker can be reached from Sheriff Road.

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Elizabeth Keckly

Marker can be reached from Sheriff Road.

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Thomas R Hawkins

Marker is on Sheriff Road.

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Christian A Fleetwood

Marker can be reached from Sheriff Road.

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Osborne Perry Anderson

In Memory of
Osborne Perry Anderson
July 17, 1830   December 11, 1872
This dedicated and brave Christian traveled from Chatham, Canada to Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, to fight beside John Brown in quest to abolish slavery. He later served as a Union soldier in the Civil War.
Greater Love Hath No Man Than This, That a Man Lay Down His Life for His Friend. John 15:13

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“Hitching Post Hill” or “Ash Hill”

Marker is on Rosemary Lane 0.2 miles west of Claymore Avenue, on the left when traveling west.

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