When dueling was outlawed in the district limits, this area, now a park, became the spot where men could defend their honor. The apparition of Commodore Stephen Decatur, killed here in 1820, has been seen here, as well as other shadowy figures.
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- 38th Ave
Colmar Manor, MD 20722
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- 38.93406380088108, -76.95243072503217
- Prince George's County, Maryland
- Nearest Towns:
- Cottage City, MD (0.4 mi.)
Colmar Manor, MD (0.4 mi.)
Brentwood, MD (0.7 mi.)
North Brentwood, MD (0.8 mi.)
Mount Rainier, MD (0.8 mi.)
Bladensburg, MD (1.1 mi.)
Queenstown, MD (1.3 mi.)
Edmonston, MD (1.4 mi.)
Hyattsville, MD (1.6 mi.)
Cheverly, MD (2.0 mi.)
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