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Historic Sites in Cockeysville, MD

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The Baltimore County Almshouse, built in 1782, is the Historical Society of Baltimore County's headquarte...



Baltimore, MD

Surveyed for John Walsh in 1754, large square cupola once crowned brick mansion. Built in Italianate style c.1860 by ...


Brooklandwood Plantation

Brooklandville, MD

Built by Charles Carroll of Carrollton for his daughter, Mary Caton. Site of the first Maryland Hunt Cup and Grand Na...


Saters Church

Brooklandville, MD

On land granted by the Fifth Lord Baltimore, Henry Sater, gentleman planter, founded this first church of Baptists in...


Nicholson’s Manor

Reisterstown, MD

Patented sixth of August 1719 to William Nicholson, gentleman of Anne Arundel County for 4200 acres. Subdivided in 17...


The Joppa Road

Towson, MD

Originally an Indian trail used in 1695 by a troop of Rangers from the Garrison Fort to keep back the Indians. Later ...


Built in 1816 after the close of the War of 1812 as an arsenal. Removed to a point of safety beyond Baltimore. Used d...


Emory Grove

Glyndon, MD

Founded in 1868 for the purpose of promoting the cause of morality and religion by holding camp meetings under the au...


Taylor’s Chapel

Baltimore, MD

The Taylor family, whose land holdings in area by end of 17th century were extensive, constructed of logs on this sit...


Separation of Baltimore City and County effective July 4, 1851. Towsontown was chosen as County Seat by popular vote ...


Sudbrook Park

Pikesville, MD

Early romantic suburb designed in 1889 by Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., father of landscape architecture in America. On...


Hunt’s Church

Riderwood, MD

A Methodist Society Established in 1773. First meeting house built on this site 1780. Previously met in Phineas Hunt’...



Glyndon, MD

By 1860 the Western Maryland Railroad reached this site. In 1871 Dr. Charles A. Leas employed Augustus Bouldin, surve...


Buffalo Soldiers

Glyndon, MD

First Sgt. Augustus Walley, a Reisterstown native, awarded The Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery at Cuchillo N...


Levi Hollingsworth built a mill here to roll and fabricate refined blocks of copper that were shipped to Baltimore fr...


The Old Court Road

Pikesville, MD

Originally an Indian trail, then used by the Rangers from the Garrison Fort to keep back the Indians. Later used as a...


War of 1812 Cannon

Baltimore, MD

During the War of 1812, an armory was built near the intersection of Dulaney Valley and Joppa Roads. It was soon aban...


In this valley 7031 acres laid out, 1683, for Charles, Third Lord Baltimore. Opened to settlers, 1721 by Charles, Fif...


He commanded Baltimore Light Dragoons during the Revolution, attaining rank of Captain. He took active part in suppre...


Oldest Episcopal Boarding School for girls in the United States. Mrs. Ann Van Bibber Neilson gave three acres of land...

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