Day: July 2, 2021

Baltimore Beats

‘Baltimore Beats’ is a blog about issues affecting the general historic infrastructure of the city and how approaches to managing it have trended along the lines of homegrown kitsch to haphazard to clueless.  For our inaugural Baltimore Beats blog we’ll start with a subject close to home, but with more of a national perspective.  As …

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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 within minutes of the Inner Harbor.  Familiar to some as “Mount Clare”, the 18th-century …

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