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Steamship Pennsylvania

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Steamships were one of the early primary methods of transporting goods and people. The Eastern Shore was surrounded by water on three sides. A fleet of them moved up, down and across the Chesapeake Bay. The Pennsylvania was one and it was capable of carrying a large load of maritime commerce. It is shown here as it came into one of the local harbors.

Steamship Pennsylvania
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