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This week, Brookeville, Md., celebrates its role as the U.S. capital for a day after Capital was set ablaze by the British.
Maryland and National Park Service officials cut the ribbon on a new historic trail celebrating the American victory over the Brits and the drafting of the national anthem after the bombardment of Fort McHenry.
Archaeologists are working hard to unlock the clues of the vessel believed to be the USS Scorpion, the flagship of the Chesapeake Bay Flotilla during the War of 1812. It's buried in Upper Marlboro.
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