Winter in Annapolis

"Winter in Annapolis" by Paul McGehee. Historic Annapolis, located on the Severn River adjacent to the Chesapeake Bay, is the home of the United States Naval Academy, whose uniformed Midshipmen can often be seen during breaks in their studies in the town's many quaint shops and restaurants, or just enjoying a stroll. A walk up East Street would lead to the Maryland State House, the oldest state capitol building still in use. The present structure dates back to is a living reminder of our country's heritage. The building housed the Continental Congress when, in 1783, Annapolis served as our nation's capital...the same year that the victorious Commander-In-Chief of the Continental Army, General George Washington, resigned his commission in the Old Senate Chamber after his defeat of the British. Maryland's State House also witnessed the official end of the Revolutionary War with the ratification of the Treaty of Paris in 1784, bringing to an end the bloody struggle that gave birth to a new nation. Annapolis has played an important part in our nation's past, as it continues to do today, and will carry its proud standard into the future.

"Winter in Annapolis" by Paul McGehee
Image Size: 19.4" x 32" ; Edition Size: 1700 S/N ; Remarqued: 300 S/N
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