Day: November 5, 2019

Carroll’s Hundred

A Brief Historical Saga — For twenty-five years, the Carroll Park Foundation focused, laser-like, on educating the public and protecting the historical record of one of Baltimore’s most significant Revolutionary Period landmarks.  The remnant of a 3,000-acre plantation, it is located in Carroll Park within minutes of the Inner Harbor.  Today, it is familiar as …

Carroll’s Hundred Read More »

Baltimore Beats

This past August, as Carroll’s Hundred was gearing up to launch its new website, in a curious twist of synchronicity, the New York Times Magazine announced a ground-breaking historic initiative, The 1619 Project.  As I read Jake Silverstein’s introduction, I remember thinking, the objectives of 1619 sound very similar to the ones Carroll’s Hundred has …

Baltimore Beats Read More »