Mattawoman

The Mattawoman (also known as Mattawomen) were a group of Native Americans living along the Western Shore of Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay at the time of English colonization. They lived along Mattawoman Creek in present-day Charles County, Maryland. They were also recorded in the early 17th century by explorer John Smith at Quantico Creek in Pri...
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Mattawoman

[plantation] Mattawoman was an 18th-century plantation on Mattawoman Creek in Charles County, Maryland, United States. == History == Mattawoman was the country estate of Colonel William Eilbeck, a wealthy planter and merchant, and his wife Sarah Edgar. On 4 April 1750, Colonel Eilbeck`s only child, 16-year-old Ann, married George Mason at M...
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