A Unique American Icon
Help Restore Our History
Historical Sites like Carroll’s Hundred are rare icons of early America’s search for democracy. Some, like this one, will be lost unless we work quickly and vigilantly to protect them. Part of Baltimore’s great urban park system, Carroll’s Hundred’s importance has become obscured by lack of knowledge of its national significance and its important African American history. This website is part of our larger public education and information campaign to save this colonial treasure’s authentic American story!
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A recipient of The History Channel's
Save Our History Award
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The Carroll Park Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization that operates the Carroll’s Hundred project. All donations to the Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest amount allowed by law.