Here’s a peek at the Great Storms of the Chesapeake Book cover. Featured on the front is a storm-tossed pier, with back cover images of an ice flood from 1904 and a beautiful painting by Calvert County artist Harry Richardson of storm clouds gathering over a Chesapeake Bay screwpile lighthouse. I can’t say enough good things about the wonderful book designers and editors at the History Press. Once again, they have created something really special to accompany a unique book that tells the stories of 400 years of storms on the Chesapeake.
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