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This lay-out with an enclosed courtyard in a more traditional style.

from Narrative Blog

50 Breathtaking Photos of Abandoned Places From Around The World

This is known as the last house standing on Holland Island in the Chesapeake Bay. It reflects the changing tide of the area which eliminated 70 homes that existed during the late 19th and 20th centuries. Wind knocked it down in October, 2010.

from ArchDaily

Wissioming Residence / Robert Gurney Architect

Wissioming Residence in maryland by Robert Gurney Architect

According to William B. Cronin, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Holland Island, Maryland, was home to more than 360 residents and about 70 homes and stores. Most of the Holland Island residents made a living by harvesting oysters in the winter and fishing and crabbing in the summer. Over the decades, the rising waters of the Chesapeake, the natural sinking of the island, and storms took their toll.

from Jane Austen's World

Characteristics of the Georgian Town House

Georgian town houses rates

from HubPages

Charles I and Parliament: Regicides and the Beheading of a King

Charles I (1600–1649; reign: March 1625 – January 1649), King of England, by Antoon van Dyck. Charles I is royalty, obviously, but this portrait is indicative of the male fashion of the time...doublet and petticoat breeches for men-gone!

from Familypedia

Henrietta Marie de Bourbon (1609-1669)

Henrietta Maria of France was the Queen consort of England, Scotland, and Ireland as the wife of King Charles I. She was mother of two kings, Charles II and James II, and grandmother of two queens and one king, Mary II, William III and Anne of Great Britain, as well as paternal aunt of Louis XIV of France. The North American Province of Maryland was named in her honour, and the name was carried over into the current U.S. state of Maryland.