It is interesting that this marker has “M” on one side (for Maryland) and “P” on the other side (for Pennsylvania). It dates from the period whengallienus
... Dallen, did you really have to reply to the whole group including again all of the quoted message's 2.6 MB of attached pictures, just to reply with threegoytabr
Thanks, Chris. These stones are amazing pieces of US history. The Delaware state government used to have a very nice inventory of all of these—location,dtimoth
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