Six-to-Fix Event: History Lecture on Clipper Mill of the Jones Falls

02/12/2018
By Meagan Baco

Announced as a Six-to-Fix project in 2017, Preservation Maryland has been working very closely with the Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance to tell the story of the history of the Jones Falls mills to residents and visitors to the area alike.

On Thursday, February 22, 2018, historian, Nathan Dennies of the Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance will present his recent research of the Jones Falls; specifically the transformation of the Poole & Hunt Foundry and Machine Works over time and it’s eventual adaptation to Clipper Mill as it is today.

This event is co-hosted by Baltimore Heritage and Preservation Maryland and is supported in part by grant funding from the Baltimore National Heritage Area. All are welcome to attend this free event at the Hampden Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library.

As part of the larger Six-to-Fix project, Nathan’s research will inform the content and design of nine interpretive panels that will be installed at mills throughout the corridor in Spring 2018.

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Meagan Baco shares the stories of the Old Line State’s important history and unique places – and the people working to preserve it, through Preservation Maryland’s website and publications.

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