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History and Heritage in Owings Mills, MD

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

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Lutherville Historic District

Lutherville Timonium, MD

National Register of Historic Places, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1972. Lutherville, named for Martin Luther, wa... hmdb.org

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Northampton Furnace

Baltimore, MD

Built in 1759 by Charles Ridgely (the Elder) of Hampton and two sons, the iron foundry operated for 70 years on Sprin... hmdb.org

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Completed in 1832, the North Central Railroad carried passengers and freight between Baltimore, York, and Harrisburg ... hmdb.org

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

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The Gwynns Falls Trail begins near Franklintown at the abrupt end of Interstate 70 and passes by two of the community... hmdb.org

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Marble blocks from Cockeysville area quarries were used in 1836 to bed the track fro this section of the Baltimore an... hmdb.org

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Third and Last County Almshouse

Lutherville Timonium, MD

Building constructed and furnished at cost of $60,000 from proceeds of sale of old Almshouse property under authority... hmdb.org

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(1935-1983) Memorial trail In loving memory of and in appreciation for his untiring efforts to preserve Leakin Park. ... hmdb.org

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Leakin Park had a name before it had a place. At his death in 1922 John Wilson Leakin left the city several downtown ... hmdb.org

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An Old Mill Stream

Baltimore, MD

If you were standing here in the early 1800s, you would have been listening to the waterwheel humming away at the Win... hmdb.org

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Dickeyville has been known by several other names - Tschudi, Franklinville, Wetheredville, Hillsdale - depending on w... hmdb.org

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Originally constructed as a log cabin in 1833, St. John’s Chapel and land adjacent thereto served the local black com... hmdb.org

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Hayfields

Cockeysville, MD

Colonel Nicholas Merryman Bosley, builder, 1810, awarded silver tankard by the hand of Lafayette for best cultivated ... hmdb.org

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The Garrison Fort

Baltimore, MD

Built about 1695 as headquarters for a troop of mounted rangers to patrol paths from the Patapsco to the Susquehanna ... hmdb.org

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Phoenix

Cockeysville, MD

Phoenix, one of the many mill towns of the 1800s in Baltimore County, survives today as a secluded little village bes... hmdb.org

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Crimea Estate

Baltimore, MD

In the mid-1800s this meadow and hillside were part of Thomas Winans' country estate, the Crimea. After returning fro... hmdb.org

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Has been place on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior hmdb.org

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Saters Church

Brooklandville, MD

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

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Franklin Academy founded January 10, 1820 by an Act of the General Assembly of Maryland. On January 25, 1849 became a... hmdb.org

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