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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Baltimore County, Maryland

 
Clickable Map of Baltimore County, Maryland and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Baltimore County, MD (301) Anne Arundel County, MD (440) Baltimore Ind. City, MD (1005) Carroll County, MD (196) Harford County, MD (198) Howard County, MD (142) Kent County, MD (100) York County, PA (377)  BaltimoreCounty(301) Baltimore County (301)  AnneArundelCounty(440) Anne Arundel County (440)  Baltimore(1005) Baltimore (1005)  CarrollCounty(196) Carroll County (196)  HarfordCounty(198) Harford County (198)  HowardCounty(142) Howard County (142)  KentCounty(100) Kent County (100)  YorkCountyPennsylvania(377) York County (377)
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1Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — A Mighty Purpose
Near Glen Artney Road, 0.4 miles west of Gun Road, on the left when traveling west.
The peaceful pond before you once had fruitful purpose besides beauty and recreation. Imagine the pond filling with water from the river that was diverted by a dam, while simultaneously the pond drained into a millrace. This millpond and . . . Map (db m150574) HM
2Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — A Place For Progress
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
"Along this section of the valley, where once the vibrant hum of a thriving industry could be heard... now the silence of the tomb prevails. The gods of progress direct its movements in mysterious ways." - L.S. LeRendu, W.J. Dickey & Sons . . . Map (db m8838) HM
3Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — Drinking Water for the Public
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
Demands for cleaner drinking water in Baltimore City and County compelled Catonsville banker and philanthropist Victor G. Bloede to organize and Baltimore County Water & Electric Company in 1909. In 1910, Bloede's company purchased the . . . Map (db m8843) HM
4Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — Elkridge Landing
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
Though now heavily silted, the Patapsco River was once navigable to this point, and Elkridge Landing, just downstream, was an important colonial port, rivaling old Annapolis. Here hogsheads of tobacco from nearby plantations were rolled to waiting . . . Map (db m166504) HM
5Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — Forging Freedom and Nails
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
Dorsey's Forge (1761-1815): "At that time there were two Negroes belonging to Edward H. Dorsey, a Negro man called Prince, who was a forgeman, and a Negro man called Sam who was a striker in a Blacksmith shop." - Maryland Chancery . . . Map (db m8842) HM
6Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — Iron Builds America
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
When European settlers discovered the Patapsco Valley, they found a source of untamed beauty rich in resources. Susquehannock and Pscataway Indians hunted and fished the valley full of elk, black bear, bison, gray wolves and deer. The white settlers . . . Map (db m8840) HM
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7Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — Powering the Patapsco Valley's Industries
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
This inconspicuous ditch is a remnant of the Avalon millrace. Originally dug in the 1700s, it supplied water from the Patapsco River to Dorsey's Forge. The millrace later served the Avalon Iron & Nail Works and the Baltimore County Water & Electric . . . Map (db m8841) HM
8Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — The Baltimore County Water and Electric Company
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
The basin in front of you and the house beside you are remnants of the Baltimore County Water and Electric Company that operated here from 1910 to 1922. the company, founded by Victor G. Bloede, supplied pressurized water to parts of Baltimore city, . . . Map (db m8844) HM
9Maryland, Baltimore County, Avalon — The C.C.C. Builds Our ParkThe Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
"There is much to be discovered [indistinguishable] way of beautiful scenery inaccessible on account of lack of trails and [indistinquishable] time this park will be one of the nicest in this part of the county." - Tell W. . . . Map (db m8845) HM
10Maryland, Baltimore County, Baldwin — “Quinn”
On Sweet Air Road (Maryland Route 145) 0.1 miles east of Manor Road, on the right.
500 acre grant in 1704 to Thomas MacNemara. Later called “Sweet Air.” Charles and Daniel Carroll, MacNemara’s kinsmen, acquired the property and sold it in 1751 to Roger Boyce, who built the present house. It was purchased in 1785 for . . . Map (db m2052) HM
11Maryland, Baltimore County, Baldwin — Gunpowder ManorLong Green Valley
On Pleasantville Road at Fork Road / Baldwin Mill Road, on the right on Pleasantville Road.
In this valley 7031 acres laid out, 1683, for Charles, Third Lord Baltimore. Opened to settlers, 1721 by Charles, Fifth Lord Baltimore. Frederick, Sixth Lord Baltimore, ordered manor sold, 1766. Land remaining 1782 seized and sold as confiscated . . . Map (db m129902) HM
12Maryland, Baltimore County, Bentley Springs — Bentley Springs
Near Bentley Road, 0.8 miles east of Kauffman Road, on the right when traveling east.
To look at Bentley Springs today it is difficult to imagine its past as a major destination from Baltimore along the Northern Central Railroad. This small village in upper Baltimore County is located just 4 miles below the Mason-Dixon line and 31 . . . Map (db m146982) HM
13Maryland, Baltimore County, Brooklandville — Rockland
On Ruxton Road (Maryland Route 133) at Falls Road (Maryland Route 25), on the left on Ruxton Road.
The first inhabitant of this village, dating back to 1706, was Richard Gist, father of the Revolutionary War hero, Mordecai Gist. The industrial development of the Jones Falls Turnpike Road, circa 1806, and later by the Baltimore and Susquehanna . . . Map (db m2272) HM
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14Maryland, Baltimore County, Butler — Scott’s Quarry
On Tanyard Road.
Marble from this quarry, located about a mile to the south, was used to build the Washington Monument in Baltimore. Designed by architect Robert Mills and erected between 1815 and 1829. This was the first public monument erected to George . . . Map (db m137696) HM
15Maryland, Baltimore County, Carroll — World War II Memorial
On Malbrook Road at Westowne Road on Malbrook Road.
Dedicated to the following members of Westowne who served our country during World War II Ayres, Wm. • Barry, T.F. • Baxter, R.J. • Bendann, D.P. • Bennett, R.S. • Bennett, W.H., Jr. • Bigham, W.A. • Bjerk, B.W. • Blair, . . . Map (db m183553) WM
16Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — 20th Anniversary[Benjamin Banneker Museum]
Near Oella Avenue, 0.2 miles north of Old Frederick Road, on the left when traveling north.
This plaque is in commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of the opening of the Benjamin Banneker Museum. (June 9, 1998) the result of a collaborative effort between the Friends of Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum and Baltimore County . . . Map (db m144731) HM
17Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — 2nd Marine Division Association
On Outer Drive at Rostrom Drive, on the right when traveling south on Outer Drive.
World War II • 1942-1945 Guadalcanal Tarawa Saipan Tinian Okinawa Peacetime Lebanon • 1958 Cuban Crisis • 1962 Dominican Republic • 1965 Grenada • 1983 Desert Shield • 1990-1991 Bosnia • 1995-1996 Semper Fidelis . . . Map (db m183559) WM
18Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — 3rd Marine Division Association Memorial
On Rostrom Drive West at Outer Drive, on the left when traveling west on Rostrom Drive West.
. . . Map (db m183560) WM
19Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — 6-Mile Marker on the National Road1787
On Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144), on the right when traveling west.
This 6-miles-to-Baltimore marker was welcomed by thousands on horseback, in stagecoaches and wagons, who traveled this Frederick Turnpike. Some headed west to settle in the Ohio Valley, along with merchants selling their wares, while millers with . . . Map (db m39347) HM
20Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — A Civil Rights Milestone
On Bloomsbury Avenue south of Bloomingdale Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
On September 10, 1935, Black students Lucille Scott and Margaret Williams were denied admittance to Catonsville High School. NAACP attorney Thurgood Marshall filed suit. Although they lost the case, Maryland's Court of Appeals . . . Map (db m128246) HM
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21Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Address by President LincolnAt the Dedication of The Gettysburg National Cemetery — November 19, 1863 —
Near Frederick Avenue (State Highway 144) at Mallow Hill Road, on the right when traveling east.
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, . . . Map (db m134999) HM
22Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Baltimore National CemeteryNational Register of Historic Places
On Frederick Avenue (State Highway 144) at Mallow Hill Road, on the right when traveling east on Frederick Avenue.
This National Cemetery has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of the Interior 2016Map (db m134998) HM
23Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Baltimore Regional TrailA House Divided
Near Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144) at Osborne Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
During the Civil War, Baltimore and its environs exemplified the divided loyalties of Maryland’s residents. The city had commercial ties to the South as well as the North, and its secessionist sympathies erupted in violence on April 19, 1861, when . . . Map (db m71334) HM
24Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Banneker's Cabin
Near Oella Avenue just north of Old Frederick Road, on the left when traveling north.
You are standing on what was once part of Benjamin Banneker's farmstead. Mary and Robert, Benjamin's parents, purchased a 100 acre parcel in 1737 for 7,000 pounds of tobacco. Benjamin was a small child when he moved from the Elkridge area to this . . . Map (db m144733) HM
25Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Banneker's Orchard
On Oella Avenue.
This orchard grows to remind us of the care and work Benjamin Banneker (1731-1806) devoted to his land long ago. Cultivation of this orchard began in 2008 with a variety of fruit trees similar to what Banneker grew. He may have also collected wild . . . Map (db m103478) HM
26Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Benjamin Banneker(1731–1806)
Near Oella Road.
The self-educated Negro mathematician and astronomer was born, lived his entire life and died near here. He assisted in surveying the District of Columbia, 1791, and published the first Maryland Almanac, 1792. Thomas Jefferson recognized his . . . Map (db m160718) HM
27Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Bringing Trade to Baltimore
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
"Make easy the way for them and then see what an influx of articles will be poured upon us." - George Washington, 1786 You are standing on the original roadbed of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, North America's first common-carrier . . . Map (db m8874) HM
28Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Building America's First Railroad
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
"There was a man killed yesterday by a fall from the centre of the 1st arch [of the Thomas Viaduct]... What a sympathy there is between these rough men. It was affecting to see his fellow laborers dressed in their best, going in a body to escort . . . Map (db m8872) HM
29Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Castle Thunder
On Frederick Road, on the right when traveling west.
A gift from Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Castle Thunder, the home of Richard and Mary Carroll Caton, stood on this site from 1787 to 1906. The 7-mile Frederick Turnpike stone marker of 1804 was moved here from its original position 3/10 . . . Map (db m4910) HM
30Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — CatonsvilleA Turnpike Town
On Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144) at Egges Lane on Frederick Road.
This 1877 “Plan of Catonsville” lays outs all the possibilities of an energetic and emerging suburb of Baltimore, only eight miles, or a one-day carriage ride, to the east. The centerpiece of the town is the Frederick Turnpike, part of . . . Map (db m5500) HM
31Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — CatonsvilleFrom Stagecoaches to Horseless Carriages
On Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144), on the right when traveling west.
The reign of stagecoaches and Conestoga Wagons on the Baltimore and Frederick-Town Turnpike only lasted seventy years. Omnibuses, attached to teams of four horses, began rolling out from Baltimore to Catonsville in 1862. The Catonsville Short . . . Map (db m5536) HM
32Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Catonsville Nine
On Frederick Road at North Beaumont Avenue, on the left when traveling east on Frederick Road.
On May 17, 1968, nine Catholic activists raided the Selective Service office in Catonsville and burned several hundred draft files to protest the Vietnam War. In a highly-publicized trial, the “Nine”, who included priests Daniel and Philip Berrigan, . . . Map (db m136419) HM
33Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Catonsville Veterans Memorial
On Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144) near Ingleside Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
This memorial is dedicated to all the men and women of the Catonsville area who served their country in the armed force to preserve freedom for future generations. Some did not return. May they all be long remembered.Map (db m8609) WM
34Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Fifth Marine Division Association Memorial
On Rostrom Drive West at Outer Drive, on the left when traveling west on Rostrom Drive West.
Iwo Jima • 1945 Japan • 1945 Vietnam • 1966-1970 Map (db m183563) WM
35Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — First Marine Division Association Memorial
On Outer Drive at Rostrom Drive, on the right when traveling south on Outer Drive.
World War II • 1942-1945 North China • 1945-1949 Korea • 1950-1955 Vietnam • 1965-1971 Southwest Asia • 1990-1991 Peacetime Semper Fidelis Map (db m183555) WM
36Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Fourth Marine Division Assoc W.W. II
On Rostrom Drive West at Outer Drive, on the left when traveling west on Rostrom Drive West.
Uncommon Valor was a Common Virtue Roi Namur Saipan Tinian Iwo Jima Semper FidelisMap (db m183562) WM
37Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — George and Betsy Sherman Hall
On Academic Row, on the left when traveling north.
Named in honor of George and Betsy Sherman, in recognition of their sustained generosity and deep commitment to making a difference through education. Their philanthropy in the Baltimore community has helped serve at-risk children and families, and . . . Map (db m145235) HM
38Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Hilton
On Campus Drive north of Collegiate Drive.
Hilton Circa 1825, 1917 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior [Additional plaques to the right of the doorway read:] Hilton . . . Map (db m128247) HM
39Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Janet and Walter Sondheim Hall
On Hilltop Circle, on the right when traveling north.
Named in honor of Baltimore's legendary civic leader and his wife, Sondheim Hall and the Janet and Walter Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program affirm UMBC's connections to Baltimore and the university's mission to integrate research, teaching . . . Map (db m145236) HM
40Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Joseph Beuys Tree Partnership2000 - 2001
On Hilltop Road, 0.2 miles east of Hilltop Circle, on the right when traveling east.
The true capital of the world is the human ability for creativity, freedom and self-determination in all their working places. — Joseph Beuys
Joseph Beuys Tree Partnership was . . . Map (db m145237) HM
41Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — OellaConquering the “Nine Mile Hill"
On Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144) at Oella Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Frederick Road.
The Ellicott brothers constructed what became the first leg of the Baltimore and Frederick-Town Turnpike to get their flour to market in Baltimore. By 1787, they cut a new road east through the forests to shorten the trip to the city. This route . . . Map (db m128248) HM
42Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Old Salem Church and GraveyardNational Register of Historic Places — United States Department of the Interior —
On Ingleside Road, on the left when traveling north.
Salemsgemeinde, the German Evangelical Lutheran Salem Congregation, was founded September 30, 1849 by German immigrants, many from Bavaria. The congregation dedicated this Gothic Revival style church June 16, 1850. That year the congregation built a . . . Map (db m115248) HM
43Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Patapsco Superlative:"The Premiere Flour"
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
"Any Monday morning one could hear the beginnings of the stir of activity as the heavy machinery in the mill started to move, gather speed and settle into a steady rhythmic rumble which was maintained at the same rate day and night . . . Map (db m8871) HM
44Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Chemistry Building
Near Academic Row, on the right when traveling north.
Named in honor of Robert and Jane Meyerhoff, whose commitment to nurturing the potential of others launched the Meyerhoff Scholarship program at UMBC and established the University as a leader in achieving both excellence and diversity. Their . . . Map (db m145233) HM
45Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Robert Bannaky
Near Oella Avenue.
This plaque commemorates Robert Bannaky, the colonial African American father and farmer. He purchased this historic land in 1737, with the sale of 7,000 pounds of tobacco. Robert was from Guinea (present day Ghana/Nigeria region of Africa), . . . Map (db m78504) HM
46Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Rolling Road
On Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144) at Rolling Road (Maryland Route 166), on the right when traveling west on Frederick Road.
A colonial road built for the purpose of rolling hogsheads of tobacco from the plantations to Elk Ridge Landing for shipment to England.Map (db m2131) HM
47Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Sixth Marine Division Association Memorial
On Rostrom Drive West at Outer Drive, on the left when traveling west on Rostrom Drive West.
World War II • 1943-1945 Okinawa Makin Solomons Bougainville Marshalls Saipan Guam China Japan North China • 1945-1946 Semper FidelisMap (db m183564) WM
48Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — The Changing River Valley
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
Over the last 300 years, the now tranquil Patapsco Valley has seen dramatic changes. During the industrial revolution, resource-hungry industries stripped trees from the hillsides to make charcoal. Every household needed wood as its . . . Map (db m8875) HM
49Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — The Destructive Power of the Patapsco
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
"[Rainfall] nearly all night with a violent gale of wind. This morning the river begins to rise. The rain pours down furiously all day. The river in a freshet, rising all the time... At night the waters very high, threatening mischief to our . . . Map (db m8870) HM
50Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — The River Makes ElectricityBloede Dame
Near Washington Boulevard (U.S. 1) at South Street.
The Patapsco Electric & Manufacturing Company, organized by Victor Gustav Bloede, harnessed the river's waterpower to generate electricity. Completed in 1907, the Bloede Dam furnished electricity for Ellicott City, Catonsville, Carroll, Halethorpe, . . . Map (db m8873) HM
51Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — The Stone Farmhouse
On Oella Avenue.
You are standing on land that long ago was part of an area folks called "Stout". In 1737, when Benjamin Banneker was six years old, his father, Robert, purchased 100 acres from Richard Gist for 7,000 pounds of tobacco and put young Benjamin's . . . Map (db m103477) HM
52Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — The Streetcar Era in Catonsville1880-1963
On Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144), on the right when traveling west.
For over 100 years, streetcars graced the streets of Baltimore and the heavily traveled #8 line to Catonsville was one of the most popular. This line swung north from Frederick Rd. and plunged into the woods for a brief run to its terminus at . . . Map (db m5534) HM
53Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — Veterans Memorial
On Portal Drive, 0.1 miles south of Frederick Road (Maryland Route 144), on the right when traveling south.
In honor of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service to the United States of America and the families they left behind. The sacrifice will not be forgotten.Map (db m183554) WM
54Maryland, Baltimore County, Catonsville — World War II Marine Divisions Memorial
Near Frederick Avenue (State Highway 144) at Mallow Hill Road, on the right when traveling east.
Dedicated to the U.S. Marine Divisions (FMF) World War II To all those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country by the Maryland Chapter First Marine Division Association 1996 Flag Pole Erected by William Fosnaught, Jr. . . . Map (db m135100) WM
55Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — Cornerstone from Wesley ChapelHistorical Society of Baltimore County
On Van Buren Lane, 0.1 miles north of Jefferson Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
Located on Wesley Chapel Road, 0.3 miles west of Troyer Road, Monkton. Second church at the site built 1888, destroyed by fire c. 1900, rebuilt in 1901, dismantled in 1976 due to declining membership. Cemetery still maintained. . . . Map (db m188730) HM
56Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — Gilmor's RaidCapturing Cockeysville — Early's 1864 Attack on Washington —
Near Paper Mill Road (Maryland Route 145) 0.3 miles east of Arrowwood Road, on the left when traveling east.
(preface) In June 1864, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee sent Gen .Jubal A. Early’s corps from the Richmond battlefields to the Shenandoah Valley to counter Union Gen. David Hunter’s army. After driving Hunter into West Virginia, Early . . . Map (db m201632) HM
57Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — Hayfields
On Shawan Road at Western Run Road, on the right when traveling west on Shawan Road.
Colonel Nicholas Merryman Bosley, builder, 1810, awarded silver tankard “by the hand of Lafayette” for best cultivated Maryland farm, 1824. Also home of John Merryman, early importer, 1848, of registered Hereford cattle, still, 1967, . . . Map (db m2280) HM
58Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — Lime Kiln
Near Paper Mill Road (Maryland Route 145) 1.2 miles east of York Road (Maryland Route 45), on the left when traveling east.
Lime Kilns in this area were built into hillsides for support. A fire was maintained at the bottom of the pit and crude lime from a nearby source was thrown on top of it. The heat from the fire would separate the pure powder form of the lime from . . . Map (db m53201) HM
59Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — Millstone
On Van Buren Lane.
White granite one-piece Cologne millstone from the Rhine valley, from the Fitzhugh Mill located on Fitzhugh Run, north of Dulaney Valley road near the Fishing Center, east of Jarrettsville Pike, Found on watershed property of Elmer R. Haile, Jr. and . . . Map (db m188729) HM
60Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — North Central Railroad Trail
Near Paper Mill Road (Maryland Route 145) 1.2 miles east of York Road (Maryland Route 45), on the left when traveling east.
Completed in 1832, the North Central Railroad carried passengers and freight between Baltimore, York, and Harrisburg for 140 years. After the decline of the railroad, the railroad bed was converted to a rail trail in 1984. Today the Maryland portion . . . Map (db m53200) HM
61Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — Phoenix
Near Phoenix Road, 1 mile north of Paper Mill Road (Maryland Route 145), on the left when traveling north.
Phoenix, one of the many mill towns of the 1800s in Baltimore County, survives today as a secluded little village beside the Gunpowder River and the Northern Central Railroad 15 miles north of Baltimore. Today's Phoenix, with its big Victorian . . . Map (db m53202) HM
62Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — Property Boundary Marker
On Van Buren Lane.
Originally erected on the southwest corner of Church Lane and York Road. House Taylors Hall was on Padonia Road within what became quarry property, relocated to Rockland by M. Azola 1985.Map (db m137192) HM
63Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — Third and Last County Almshouse
On Van Buren Avenue, 0.1 miles north of Jefferson Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
Building constructed and furnished at cost of $60,000 from proceeds of sale of old Almshouse property under authority of County Commissioners granted by Acts of Maryland General Assembly, April 1, 1872. Site purchased from John Galoway. Structure . . . Map (db m2300) HM
64Maryland, Baltimore County, Cockeysville — White Marble Block
From the railroad track bed of Baltimore & Susquehanna Railroad, below Padonia Road bridge. Cut out area in block is to hold rail track. Cockeysville marble, found during construction of the Light Rail. Historical Society of Baltimore . . . Map (db m137189) HM
65Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — "Lest We Forget"
On Pine Avenue west of Dundalk Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
In memory of our departed comrades who answered the call of their countryMap (db m212900) WM
66Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Home of the Brave
On North Point Road at Kimberly Road, on the left when traveling west on North Point Road.
The Historic Battle of North Point September 12, 1814 Map (db m151967) HM WM
67Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Aquila Randall Monument
On Old North Point Road, 0.1 miles south of Eleanor Terrace, on the left when traveling south.
SACRED to the memory of Aquila Randall, who died in bravely defending his Country and his Home, on the memorable 12th of September, 1814. Aged 24 years. In the skirmish which occurred at this spot between the . . . Map (db m24034) HM
68Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — At Patapsco NeckStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
On North Point Road.
The narrow land shaped by Bear Creek, Bread and Cheese Creek, and Back River was the site of the Battle of North Point, September 12, 1814. Some 3,200 Americans clashed with 4,500 British to delay the advance on Baltimore. When Britain threatened . . . Map (db m79747) WM
69Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Battle AcreSeptember 12, 1814
On North Point Road (Maryland Route 20) at Kimberly Road, on the right when traveling south on North Point Road.
Here General Stricker’s City Brigade inflicted severe losses upon the main body of the British Army. This spirited defense together with that of Fort McHenry the next night saved Baltimore.Map (db m2118) HM
70Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Battle Ground Methodist Episcopal Church
On North Point Road at Robinson Avenue, on the right when traveling west on North Point Road.
Erected by the Patriotic Order Sons of America of Maryland, In the year of the National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial 1914. This building, known as the Battle Ground Methodist Episcopal Church, was occupied by General Stricker, . . . Map (db m115241) HM
71Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Battle of North Point1814
On North Point Road (Maryland Route 20) at Kimberly Road, on the right when traveling south on North Point Road.
Who Dies for Country, doth not yield To death’s uncompromising sway He soars Immortal from the field And dwells untouched by time’s decay               Wm. M. Marine This one-acre of the North Point Battlefield was set aside . . . Map (db m2136) HM
72Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Commodore Joshua Barney1759–1818
On Wise Avenue at Inverness Ave., on the left when traveling south on Wise Avenue.
Born in Baltimore, Barney at an early age moved with his family to a nearby farm on Bear Creek in the Patapsco Neck section of the County. When only 12 he went to sea. In the War for Independence he was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant on the . . . Map (db m2120) HM
73Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Community Public Library
On Shipping Place.
This tablet placed here by the citizens of Dundalk in greatful appreciation to the Bethlehem Steel Company for making this building available as a Community Public LibraryMap (db m101205) HM
74Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Defenders HonoredStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
On North Point Road.
"Twenty-five years have changed everything, except the undying… spirit which makes us feel that if our country is worth loving, it is worth defending." Captain Benjamin C. Howard, keynote speaker, September 12, . . . Map (db m79749) HM
75Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Delay TacticStar Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
On North Point Road.
In preparation for a probable British landing at North Point, defensive earthworks were partially dug at a narrows in the Patapsco Peninsula three miles south of here. Midway between North Point and the American defenses at Baltimore, British forces . . . Map (db m88795) WM
76Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Dundalk, MarylandFounded 1894
On Dundalk Avenue at Dunhill Road, on the right when traveling south on Dundalk Avenue.
Approximately 200 yards northwest of this spot an iron foundry, owned by William McShane, was built in 1894. When asked to give a name to the railroad depot serving his new foundry, he chose “Dundalk” in honor of the birthplace of his . . . Map (db m2126) HM
77Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Francis Scott Key Memorial Bridge
On the Baltimore Beltway (Interstate 695), on the right when traveling west.
To the northwest, across the Patapsco, is Fort McHenry, which British Naval Forces bombarded September 13-14, 1814. Detained on a cartel boat, Francis Scott Key waw through a spyglass that the star-spangled banner yet waved in the dawn’s early light . . . Map (db m2128) HM
78Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — General Robert Ross
On North Point Blvd, on the right when traveling south.
At this spot, on September 12, 1814, General Robert Ross died. He had been mortally wounded in conflict approximately 1-1/2 miles northwest of here, at the present site of the Aquila Randall monument, and carried by stretcher to this point. He was . . . Map (db m21373) HM
79Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — History of Eastpoint MallBaltimore, October 1, 1956
Near Eastpoint Mall.
The opening of Eastpoint Mall was celebrated with great fanfare. The band played as thousands of enthusiastic shoppers watched the Governor of Maryland cut the ribbon to officially open the Eastpoint Shopping Center. Built in 18 months on 63 . . . Map (db m213942) HM
80Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Hitting HomeStar Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
On North Point Road.
People living in the path of the British army as it marched toward Baltimore in September 1814 feared the worst. Some hurriedly hid valuables; others packed what they could and fled. Residents who remained faced the enemy with courage. The British . . . Map (db m83039) HM
81Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Korean and Viet Nam Veterans Memorial
On Dundalk Avenue.
In honor and eternal memory of the men and women of this community who served in the Korean and Viet Nam Wars 1950-55, 1961-75. They answered their country’s call and made the supreme sacrifice.Map (db m101203) WM
82Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Logan Field
On Dundalk Ave., 0.2 miles north of Dunhaven Road, on the right when traveling north.
First commercial aviation facility in Maryland. Veteran World War I pilots formed club and opened Dundalk Flying Field in 1919. Renamed to honor stunt p1lot Lt. Patrick Logan, who was killed in crash during club's first major air meet. Became . . . Map (db m4338) HM
83Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — North Point Battlefield
On Old North Point Road, 0.1 miles south of Eleanor Terrace, on the left when traveling south.
Where on September 12, 1814 the defenders of Baltimore under General John Stricker met the advancing British Army of 7000 under General Robert Rose, who was killed early in the engagement.Map (db m2119) HM
84Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — North Point State Park - Sept. 12, 1814 BattlefieldBattle of North Point
On North Point Boulevard (Maryland Route 151), on the right when traveling east.
Fought on September 12, 1814, the Battle of North Point was a key part of Baltimore's successful defense. On this spot, volunteer militia valiantly stood up against hardened British veterans. The battle here, along with the defense of Fort McHenry, . . . Map (db m162676) HM
85Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Proud of Our StandStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
On North Point Road, 0.1 miles east of Trappe Road, on the left when traveling east.
In 1814 Baltimore's defenders watched about 4,500 British troops march from North Point toward the city. Roughly 3,200 Americans, led by Brigadier General John Stricker, were sent to impede the advance. He positioned his men across a road at a . . . Map (db m68528) HM
86Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Proud of Our StandStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — War of 1812 —
On North Point Road.
In 1814 Baltimore's defenders watched about 4,500 British troops march from North Point toward the city. Roughly 3,200 Americans, led by Brigadier General John Stricker, were sent to impede the advance. He positioned his men across a road at a . . . Map (db m79757) HM
87Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Squeeze TacticStar Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — War of 1812 —
On North Point Road.
After an impressive victory at Washington, the British targeted Baltimore, the third largest city in the nation with a population of more than 40,000. Troops landed at North Point September 12, 1814, and began marching north to attack the city from . . . Map (db m102886) HM
88Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — The Conflict upon this Battle FieldWar of 1812
On North Point Road.
The conflict upon the Battle Field on September 12, which was followed on the 13 and 14 by the unsuccessful bombardment of Fort McHenry by the British Fleet under Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane, Commander-in-Chief of all the invading forces was the . . . Map (db m79881) WM
89Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — To Honor the HeroesStar Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
On North Point Road.
Baltimore successfully resisted the British assault in September 1814, thanks to thousands of determined volunteer citizen-soldiers. The following year a grateful city laid the cornerstone for the Battle Monument in downtown Baltimore, the first War . . . Map (db m83041) HM
90Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Two World Wars Veterans Memorial
On Dundalk Avenue.
In honor and eternal memory of the men and women of this community who gave their lives in the two World Wars 1917-18, 1941-45. “They do me wrong who say I come no more when once I knocked and failed to find you in. For a very day I stand . . . Map (db m101204) WM
91Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Veterans Memorial
On Shipping Place.
In honor of all veterans who served this great country on land, sea, and in the air, and foreign soil so freedom, justice and democracy may prevail. May the living be blessed and the departed rest in peace. Amen.Map (db m101223) WM
92Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Veterans Memorial
On Pine Avenue west of Dundalk Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
In tribute to the members of Local 2609 U.S.W.A. that proudly served in the Armed Forces of our country in time of peace and warMap (db m212910) WM
93Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — Witness to BattleStar Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
On North Point Road.
The Methodist Meeting House that stood near this site saw action September 11-12, 1814. Brigadier General John Stricker camped 3,200 troops here to await the enemy’s advance. When the Americans withdrew, British soldiers camped on the same . . . Map (db m83036) HM
94Maryland, Baltimore County, Dundalk — World War II Memorial-Point Breeze Works Employees
On Shipping Place.
This tablet commemorates the service in World War II of two thousand and one hundred and ninety employees of the Point Breeze Works, and is dedicated to their honor and to the memory of the following who gave their lives for our country. . . . Map (db m115242) WM
95Maryland, Baltimore County, Edgemere — About This Fountain…
Near Old Bay Shore Road, on the right when traveling west. Reported damaged.
This beautiful, ornamental water fountain was built in the early 1900s as part of the Bay Shore Amusement Park. Operating between 1906-1947, the park was located on approximately 20 acres of property in this area. The primary purpose of the . . . Map (db m49092) HM
96Maryland, Baltimore County, Edgemere — Dedicated to All Men and Women
Near North Point Road (Maryland Route 20) at Delmar Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
Dedicated to all men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country during all wars and conflicts.Map (db m68562) WM
97Maryland, Baltimore County, Edgemere — Dreaded AlarmStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
Near Old Bay Shore Road, 1.7 miles south of North Point Road, on the right when traveling south.
The cupola atop the Ridgely house, c. 1767 farmhouse located near here, served as a lookout station in 1813 and 1814, operated by Major Josiah Green. A white flag raised on September 11, 1814, indicated that a British fleet was moving . . . Map (db m79760) HM
98Maryland, Baltimore County, Edgemere — Nature's EngineerThe American Beaver, Castor canadensis
On Observation Trail at Black Marsh Trail, on the left when traveling north on Observation Trail.
North American beaver build dams and wetlands that are among the most biologically productive ecosystems in the world. Beavers are considered a "keystone species," one that has a greater impact on its ecosystems in relation to its abundance. . . . Map (db m208486) HM
99Maryland, Baltimore County, Edgemere — North PointSeptember 12, 1814
On North Point Road (Maryland Route 20) at Lodge Farm Road, on the left when traveling south on North Point Road.
Following a dawn landing at the tip of North Point, British Forces passed here en route to Baltimore. About four miles further on they encountered American skirmishers under Major Heath.Map (db m2121) HM
100Maryland, Baltimore County, Edgemere — Shaw Family Cemetery
On Foulkes Farm Road at North Point Spur, on the left when traveling south on Foulkes Farm Road.
Restored by the Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society and Museum, assisted by Beta Alpha Tau Honor Society-CCBC-Dundalk and B & B Welding Company. The Shaw residence, located 100 feet west, was used by the British officers as a staging . . . Map (db m68529) HM

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