The National History Day program reaches more than 500,000 middle and high school students around the world! And that program moved to Maryland in 1992, and culminates with the official contest taking place at the University of Maryland each year. With the scale of this initiative, organizers are always looking for volunteers and judges, here’s how you can help:
Today, Americans remember those lost during the December 7, 1941 attacks on Pearl Harbor and Marylanders remember those lost aboard the USCGC Taney – the last floating warship that participated in the Battle that is now docked at Baltimore’s Inner Habor. Read on for more important history on this infamous day:
As tax reform moves forward and the future of the federal Historic Tax Credit remains uncertain, Donovan Rypkema of PlaceEconomics discusses why preserving historic places makes good economic sense and the value that the credit adds to community revitalization across the country.
Preservation Maryland convened dozens of volunteers at the historic Mt. Hope Baptist Church in Charles County this October for a volunteer workday addressing church history, cemetery conservation, archaeology, and historic preservation projects.