Joseph McGill founded the Slave Dwelling Project as a Civil War historian and descendant of the enslaved to identify and assist property owners, government agencies and organizations to preserve extant slave dwellings. Since it’s founding, he has brought his expertise to nearly 100 sites across the country – in October he will be on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Since 1984, Historic Ellicott City, Inc., has worked closely with designers, artisans, and tradespeople to restore a historic property into that year’s Decorator Show House. The goal of the program is engage history and preservation in all aspects of the construction, remodeling, and decor – and then open it up for all the community to see.
Endangered Maryland is now Six-to-Fix
10/09/2015 By Preservation Maryland
In 2015, Preservation Maryland enhanced their long-standing Endangered Maryland project into Six-to-Fix, an innovative new program that will design new futures for threatened historic buildings across Maryland.
Maryland’s Six-to-Fix is an innovative new program designed to help save threatened resources statewide. Rather than creating lists of threatened buildings, we’re doing something about it: