Tagged as History

Historic St. Mary’s City utilized the unique duplex structure of the ca. 1840 Brome Slave Cabin to interpret the experience of enslaved people before and after the Civil War. Preservation Maryland is pleased to recognize this project and exhibit with a Community Choice Award at our annual Best of Maryland Awards in May.

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Did you know!? Maryland’s first brewery was established in the Annapolis area in 1703. Preservation Maryland teamed up with University of Maryland graduate student, Emma Schratz to share a brief history of Maryland’s brewing history for the Maryland Humanities podcast.

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Maryland State Parks has created their Es Mi Parque program to better connect a large and growing number of Latino visitors to the cultural, recreational and historic resources of Maryland. In partnership, Preservation Maryland will produce a series of brief park histories in English and Spanish, including Catoctin Furnace at Cunningham Falls State Park and the following history of Patapsco Valley State Park.

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01/21/2019
By Meagan Baco

Celebrating MLK Day in Maryland

Since 1986, Americans have been celebrating the life, work, and impact of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a federal holiday. More recently, it’s become more than a day off, but a day on — the National MLK Day of Service.

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