A Student of History

November 15, 2007

St. Peter’s Catholic Church

Filed under: Early America — John Maass @ 7:58 am

On our way back from Dewey Beach, Delaware last Monday we briefly stopped in Queen Anne’s Co., Maryland, to see the outside of St. Peter’s Catholic Church, and read the historical marker there.  It has Romanesque and Victorian architecture adorn brick exterior. The interior was refinished in colonial tradition with stained glass windows and mid 19th century brass.  The site is actually in what is called Queenstown.  This is a photo I got from the web–it was not snowing last Monday.

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