General Smallwood was a 'gentelman farmer', farming tobacco in Southern Maryland, turned miltary man in the War of Revolution: he was the highest ranked officer from the state of Maryland. Subsequently, he served as governor of the State for three one-year terms. The house was built between 1732 and 1792 - the present construction is a restoration from a ruined state. Converted slide from 1971.
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