Topic: Slavery

Lesson Plan: Chesapeake Living (Elemetary, Middle, and High School)

Students will learn about slavery and the multi-cultural diversity of the Carroll’s Hundred plantation using virtual primary and secondary materials.

Global Slavery

By permission of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Interpreting the Past at Historic Sites

Historians use many different tools to inform us about the past — books, videos, online resources, and exhibits. One of the most effective methods is having costumed interpreters bring a moment in time to life in the present. One of the research objectives at Carroll’s Hundred is to develop a living history program to share with visitors.

Baltimore’s Forgotten Pioneers

This page has specific information about the diversity of the Carroll’s Hundred Iron Plantation, and the work these pioneers did. See also, Baltimore’s Sleeping Giant — Pig Iron to Steel.