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Grants Awarded - St. Clement's Island Interpretive Signage

St. Clement's Island Interpretive Signage

block St. Clement's Island - Potomac River Museum

An important site in the early exploration of Maryland by European Catholics, this island in the Potomac River is a popular destination with recreational boaters and accessible by tour boats departing from the museum on the river's Maryland shore. Six outdated informational signs on the island will be re-conceived and replaced with interpretive panels telling of the island's natural history and cultural significance. In addition, three new panels will offer orientation information to boaters, including other nearby Gateways that are accessible by water.

Amount Funded: $20,000.00

Start Date: 09/15/2005

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