Severn River Caps
Here are some very attractive (and practical) hats, ideal
for all your Severn River watershed activities. Best of all, it's
your visible badge of commitment to preserving and restoring our watershed.
Official SRA Cap,
Preshrunk 100% Cotton,
6 panel construction, low profile.
One size fits all:
Red, Yellow, Beige, Khaki.
This lovely map, approximately (28 x 22.5) inches, was drawn and lettered by John Norton, reviewed by Amy Handen and Peter Bergstrom, and produced by the Severn River Association. Names were compiled by Peter Bergstrom and Paula Jasinski with assistance from Colby Rucker and other area residents. Hung on the wall, it makes a statement that your home is truly a part of the Severn River watershed.
Mail check to:
Or, click below to purchase online. Price is $15 + $0.75 tax. Ship directly to you for $9.25 shipping & handling, or to save a bit by paying here and picking it up yourself at the next meeting of the Severn River Association:
This map contains quite a few “new” names, meaning names that are not shown on current street maps, topographic maps, or nautical charts. All of the names shown on the map are now in the official federal database of place names (see http://geonames.usgs.gov/), which is consulted by map makers when they revise maps. However, there is no guarantee that any of these “new” names will appear on any future maps. This map also has two other changes compared to recent Anne Arundel County ADC map books: we dropped Howard Creek (shown as part of Luce Creek on the ADC map) from our map because we determined this is a historical name for Luce Creek, not a current name for part of that creek. We also changed the location of Pleasant Lake since its location on the ADC map was incorrect.
We have listed below the origins or references for the “new” names that we could identify. For “new” names on this map other than those listed here, the sources were all old maps and we have no information about the reference for the name, although this information may be available from other sources.
New descriptive or historical names:
New names honoring people:
Names of adjacent neighborhoods (all from Gems of the Severn):
Map was drawn and lettered by John Norton, reviewed by Amy Handen and Peter Bergstrom, and produced by the Severn River Association. Names were compiled by Peter Bergstrom (working for the US Fish & Wildlife Service and later for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and Paula Jasinski (through a grant from the Chesapeake Bay Trust to the Magothy River Association) with assistance from Colby Rucker and other area residents.
(Revised May 2007)