Tagged as History

By Preservation Maryland

The Flag House: Birthplace of the Star-Spangled Banner

The flag that inspired America’s national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner, was sewn in a small brick house in Baltimore Cityand that building still stands.

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Preservation Maryland has been engaged in Brunswick, Maryland over the past few years, offering support on preservation issues and now through serving on the Preservation and Revitalization Committee. In order to learn more about Brunswick and its history, we met with Norm and Karen Cornelius, lifetime residents and champions of Brunswick.

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By Waxter Intern

Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright in Maryland

Happy Birthday to Frank Lloyd Wright! Did you know the architect of Falling Water, Taliesin, and the Guggenheim Museum, designed two homes in Maryland? And both houses display the diversity and range in Wright’s design style and architectural creativity.

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By Nicholas A. Redding

Baltimore-Built Bombers Cleared the Way for D-Day

On June 6, 1944 the free men of the world marched on fortress Europe in a dramatic effort aimed at setting free those suffering under Nazi tyranny. 

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