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Satellite image of Chesapeake Bay where the Susquehanna River empties into it. HdG, is a city in Harford County, Maryland, situated at the mouth of the Susquehanna River and the head of Chesapeake Bay. The population was 12,952 at the 2010 United States Census.
The city was honored as one of America’s 20 best small towns to visit in 2014 by Smithsonian magazine. During the Revolutionary War, the small hamlet known as Harmer’s Town was visited several times by General Lafayette, considered a hero of the war. He commented that the area reminded him of the French seaport of Le Havre, which had originally been named Le Havre-de-Grâce.
Inspired by Lafayette’s comments, the residents incorporated the town as Havre de Grace in 1785. During the First Congress in 1789, Havre de Grace missed by only one vote being named the capital of the fledgling United States. On May 3, 1813, during the War of 1812, Havre de Grace was attacked by British Rear Admiral George Cockburn who burned and plundered the city.