There are many notable historic homes along the brick side-walked lanes and pastoral country side of East New Market.
A number of late 18th century homes still exist that were built by one of the founding families of East New Market the Sulivanes: the Henry Haskins House, Edmondson House and Smith Cottage. Also notable is Waterloo Farm and Sherman Institute which were built in the early-mid 1800's by Captain Thomas B. Sherman who ran one of the first merchant steam vessel services between the Eastern Shore and Baltimore.
Please visit the following links to experience a bit of the heritage that lives on
in some of the historic places in East New Market.
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